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Ökonomen und Sozialwissenschaftler zweifeln an der Demokratie - SPIEGEL ONLINE
"Demokratien haben einen zu kurzen Zeithorizont." http://ineteconomics.org/conference/hongkong http://www.youtube.com/user/INETeconomics/ [...] Je höher das Wohlstandsniveau, desto wichtiger werden den Bürgern immaterielle Werte wie Freiheit, Rechtssicherheit oder demokratische Teilhabe.
property  law  Politics  INET  short-term  thinking  GFC  humanrights  philosophy  economic  history  freedom  of  press  intellectualproperty  academia  georgesoros  liberal  democracy  greatdepression  economic-thought  NiallFerguson  Russia  democracy  China  greatrecession  lostdecade 
april 2013 by asterisk2a
Stefanak Says Dodd-Frank Changes Hedge Funds Industry - YouTube
institutional bias against regulation ...
these players don't like others to see what they are doing
and they don't need more outside money
georgesoros  hedgefunds  Dodd-Frank  carlicahn  regulation  reform  2011  SEC  stanleydruckenmiller  endowment 
august 2011 by asterisk2a
Golden Era of Rock Star Traders Concludes - Bloomberg
Four years later he turned management of the company over to his sons Robert and Jonathan. On July 26, after months of debate, the three men decided to return the less than $1 billion of outsiders’ money Quantum still oversees and convert the firm into a family office to manage almost $25 billion for George, his family, and foundations.There’s a two-word explanation for closing what was once one of the world’s biggest hedge funds and consistently one of the best-performing --- with returns of about 30 percent annually in its first 30 years: Dodd-Frank. The law requires hedge funds to register with the Securities and Exchange Commission and provide information about customers, employees and assets. By returning outsiders’ money, Soros Fund Management escapes that rule and the loss of privacy that goes with it.
georgesoros  Dodd-Frank  reform  regulation  2011  hedgefunds  history  financial  SEC  wealth  stanleydruckenmiller  carlicahn  life  lesson 
july 2011 by asterisk2a
George Soros Returning All Outside Investor Money, Keeping It In The Fam Dealbreaker: Wall Street Insider Financial News, Headlines, Commentary and Analysis Hedge Funds, Private Equity, Banks
- joins Carl Ichan and Druckenmiller which have their own money in fund, and outside money. but now give back outside money bc of regulation.
- and opportunity cost suggests to give outside investor money back.

The rule calls for hedge funds with more than $150 million in assets to report information about their investors and employees, the assets they manage, potential conflicts of interest and their activities outside of fund advising. Registered funds will also be subject to periodic inspections by the SEC.
georgesoros  hedgefunds  regulation  reform  Dodd-Frank  transparency  disclosure  interest  conflict 
july 2011 by asterisk2a
Erfolgreiche Spekulation: Hedgefonds scheffeln mehr Geld als Großbanken - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Wirtschaft
Mittlerweile weichen auch die Großbanken selbst auf den Hedgefonds-Sektor aus: So will Morgan Stanley den Eigenhandel ab 2012 über einen Fonds mit 60 Mitarbeitern abwickeln lassen.
hedgefunds  2010  regulation  reform  risk  finance  Dodd-Frank  SEC  CFTC  banking  proptrading  georgesoros 
march 2011 by asterisk2a
Soros: I Can't Stop a Republican "Avalanche" - NYTimes.com
Asked if the prospect of Republican control of one or both houses of Congress concerned him, he said: “It does, because I think they are pushing the wrong policies, but I’m not in a position to stop it. I don’t believe in standing in the way of an avalanche.”
republicans  policy  USA  mid-term  election  2010  presidency  barackobama  fiscal  monetary  georgesoros  unintended  consequences 
october 2010 by asterisk2a
The Crisis & What to Do About It | The New York Review of Books
The New Paradigm for Financial Markets: The Credit Crisis of 2008 and What It Means
georgesoros 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
Investor Soros: „Deutschland treibt Griechenland in den Abgrund“ - Politik - International - Handelsblatt.com
„Wenn Deutschland sich darauf einlassen würde, Geld zu günstigeren Konditionen zu geben, würden die Marktzinsen fallen“, sagte Soros am Freitag in Cambridge der Nachrichtenagentur Reuters. „Ich hoffe, dass Deutschland erkennen wird, dass das Gerede über Kredite zu Marktzinsen die falsche Medizin ist. Das würde Griechenland in den Abgrund treiben.“
georgesoros  greece  creditcrisis  germany  eu  IMF  ECB  2010  april 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
Trader Made Billions on Subprime - WSJ.com
The biggest winner looks to be John Paulson, a little-known hedge fund manager who smelled trouble two years ago.
Funds he runs were up $15 billion in 2007 on a spectacularly successful bet against the housing market. Mr. Paulson has reaped an estimated $3 billion to $4 billion for himself -- believed to be the largest one-year payday in Wall Street history.

Now, in another twist in financial history, Mr. Paulson is retaining as an adviser a man some blame for helping feed the housing-market bubble by keeping interest rates so low: former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
hedgefunds  hedge  subprime  Hedgefonds  JohnPaulson  alangreenspan  short-selling  recession  bubble  winner  loser  georgesoros 
october 2009 by asterisk2a

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