"Whether or not you agree with the diagnosis and remedies, you can surely benefit from considering the clear, energetic presentation of these experienced academics ."
” Michael G. Ferri Foundation Chair in Finance, George Mason University/Former Vice President for Economic Research, Nasdaq
"Nofsinger and Kim have written a book that is both timely and important. Encompassing issues from boards of directors to accountants to analysts, it is a clear exposition and analysis of topics that have filled the front pages of daily newspapers for the last year."
” Erik Sirri Babson College/Former Chief Economist of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
"This book should be compulsory reading for everyone in the investment industry. John Nofsinger and Kenneth Kim have laid bare the causes of the recent stock market bubble and crash, suggesting that the problem lies not only in the malfeasance of a few managers, but also in the whole system of corporate governance in America today. They go into the heart of American corporate culture and issue a stark warning that many things in that culture must change if investor confidence is to be restored and the economy to recover."