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  • Inside Job

    Erqin Bei BUS 3190 Paper 2 Inside Job I viewed Inside Job on October 20, 2012. Inside Job is a 2010 documentary film about the late-2000s financial crisis directed by Charles H. Ferguson. The film is described by Ferguson as being about "the systemic corruption of the United States by the financial...

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    Inside Job the movie Is hard to watch a documentary like this one and not feel angry and frustrated to know that the reason we are in the deep mess we have could have been prevented if a little supervision would have been implemented and the government auditors would have done their jobs with some...

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  • Inside Job

    and what could have been done (by governments or the private sector) to prevent this? Also, give your personal thoughts on this issue. My personal thoughts on this issue: After watching all five parts of the movie, I think the global economic crisis key factor was caused by deregulation which began...

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  • Inside Job

    it. Its practitioners in academia need to do a more effective job of defending that ideal against private interests. Academic economists have recently become the unaccustomed subjects of intense scrutiny. The 2010 documentary “Inside Job” drew public attention to the board seats, consulting gigs and...

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  • Inside Job

    your account before the trial period ends. 1. Watch the movie “Too big to fail” and answer the questions attached here. 2. Watch the movie “Inside Job” and answer the questions attached here. ( Watch here for free: http://vimeo.com/57527797 ) 3. Read the article “The Article “Canadian Housing...

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    he owner of a large hardware, furniture, and building centre faced a dilemma regarding how to manage the upcoming wage review process. After two consecutive years of frozen wages, employees were impatient for financial progress, but there was no extra money in the budget. It was possible to pump savings...

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  • Inside Job

    Executive Summary The purpose of this report was to write an executive summary about Office Max. OfficeMax is founded in Shaker Heights, Ohio and has approximately 950 stores in 49 states. The company is presently one of the country’s largest office supply chain. They are opening more domestic stores...

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  • Inside Job

    The movie Inside Job deals with the economic collapse of 2008 and many unethical issues that helped almost collapse Wall Street. The collapse started back in the 1980's with the deregulation of Savings and loans, this meant that the government no longer was overseeing the manner in which business...

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  • Inside job

    1: Who is the most to blame for the events depicted in the film? Republicans or Democrats? Is it Government or financial services companies? Regulators who stuck by their free market beliefs? Investors who carelessly took on too much risk? We think that every protagonists of the film are responsible...

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  • Inside Job

    Inside Job is about the causes of the global financial crisis of 2008. It is the effect of a series of causes beginning in the 1970s.These causes most obviously includes - the deregulation that allowed excessive and reckless actions in finance, fraud, conflicts of interest, and sabotage. The result of...

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    Inside Job: Exposing Unethical Practices on Wall Street The documentary Inside Job, directed by Charles Ferguson, explains the financial crisis of the late 2000s that culminated with the Wall Street collapse in 2008. Beginning with a background of the American financial industry, the film tells the...

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  • Inside Job

    INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY BRIDGING PROGRAM 2012 STRATEGIES FOR PVI REINSURANCE Instructor: Ph.D TRUONG QUANG DUOC Students: Nguyễn Thị Tường Vân MBA06044 Ho Chi Minh City, May, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENT Chapter 1: Introduction about PVI Reinsurance 3 1.1 History 3 ...

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  • Inside Job

    November 27, 2012 MGMT 426 “Inside Job” * In the late 2000’s, a huge financial crisis hit the United States. The film “Inside Job” was created to give people better knowledge about what caused this financial meltdown. Charles Ferguson broke this film down into five parts so viewers can go step...

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  • Inside Job

    The film review of <inside job> A few weeks ago, our business English teacher madam peng led us watching a film which named <inside job>, what a penetrating name! The film is a bit long, we spent almost 2 hours to appreciate it. At the beginning, I was enjoy the opening, a very happy opening...

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  • The Inside Job

    collapse of Bear Stearns. He argues that the government ignored the warnings of academics, many of whose peers were pro-deregulation and rewarded by other jobs. He laments, too, that Obama is still surrounded by the same advisers, such as Timothy Geithner, who shepherded Bush through the mess of 2008. Ferguson’s...

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  • Inside Job

    INSIDE JOB The documental Inside Job summarizes the global financial crisis of 2008, which at a cost over $20 trillion, caused millions of people to lose their jobs and homes in the worst recession since the Great Depression, and nearly resulted in a global financial collapse. The documental...

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  • Inside Job

     July 7, 2011 Inside Job As I was watching the Inside Job, I could relate to the unethical behavior our government leaders have condoned. They have made it very hard for those who own homes and now have lost their home due to the owners not being able to afford it. Consumers were...

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    global financial crisis of 2008 is one of the biggest tragedies in the history of United States. In light of what we have seen in the movie untitled Inside Job, we can notice that blame has been distributed to many. First, the rating agencies hold a huge responsibility in this crisis. They gave the...

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  • Inside Job

    Following the Great Depression, the United States did not have a single financial crisis. However, according to Charles Ferguson, who is the director of Inside Job, the progressive deregulation of the financial sector since the 1980s gave rise to an increasingly criminal industry. In fact, many executives and...

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  • Inside Job

    situation. Once this occurs, is when we will be able to offer the greatest insights as to how these factors are impacting the economic and social balance inside the nation. The way that social elite manipulated the political and economic systems was through a combined approach. This was accomplished was...

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