マウスと人間のボーナスプラン

マウスと人間のボーナスプラン

Our best-laid plans often go awry. We see it all the time at a personal level — accidents (both good and bad), deaths (both of loved ones and rich uncles), births, and lotteries all conspire to reshuffle our priorities and render our plans null and void. 実際には, there is nothing like a solid misfortune to get us to put things in perspective. This opportunity may be the proverbial silver lining we are constantly advised to see. What is true at a personal level holds true also at a larger scale. The industry-wide financial meltdown has imparted a philosophical clarity to our profession — a clarity that we might have been too busy to notice, but for the dire straits we are in right now.

This philosophical clarity inspires analyses (列,,en,時には自己奉仕であり、時には魂を求めている,,en,私たちは、昨年の狂ったボーナスの期待の背後にある道徳的正しさについて心配しています,,en,その事例はJake DeSantisです,,en,ニューヨークタイムズで公然と辞任したAIGの執行副社長,,en,チャリティーに100万ドルの比較的軽いボーナスを寄付しました,,en,辞任の背後にある理由は興味深い,,en,この一連の投稿に飼育,,en,私がそれ以上行く前に,,en,私はそれを完全に述べる,,en,私は自分の議論を細かくしようとしています。,,en,彼らが私に数百万ドルのボーナスを与えたならば、私は全く別の曲を歌いましたと確信しています,,en,あるいは、誰かが私が自分のボーナスを持っていることを示唆するような気がしていたら,,en,それは比較のように見えるかもしれません,,en, もちろん) that are at times self-serving and at times soul-searching. We now worry about the moral rectitude behind the insane bonus expectations of yesteryears, 例えば. The case in point is Jake DeSantis, the AIG executive vice president who resigned rather publicly on the New York Times, and donated his relatively modest bonus of a million dollars to charity. The reasons behind the resignation are interesting, and fodder to this series of posts.

Before I go any further, let me state it outright. I am going to try to shred his arguments the best I can. I am sure I would have sung a totally different tune if they had given me a million dollar bonus. Or if anybody had the temerity to suggest that I part with my own bonus, paltry as it may seem in comparison. 私はこのコラムの範囲を超えてその可能性を保つだろう,,en,他者が悪意をもって知覚するかもしれない道徳的な不一致を無視する,,en,私は他の人のボーナスについてのみ話します,,en,私たちは他人のお金を扱うのが最善です,,en,そして、私たちに属さないものを危険にさらして犠牲にすることは、いつでもより簡単です,,en,金融危機アーカイブ,,en, ignoring the moral inconsistency others might maliciously perceive therein. I will talk only about other people’s bonuses. 結局, we are best in dealing with other people’s money. And it is always easier to risk and sacrifice something that doesn’t belong to us.

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