Why Stanford’s Pyramid Scheme Is a Problem for You Too

Stavros Gadinis quoted in The Huffington Post, March 7, 2012

An empirical study published by Stavros Gadinis of Boalt Hall at University of California, Berkeley found “several significant and systematic biases in the SEC’s enforcement patterns” and found indirect evidence to support the thesis that “post-agency employment at higher salaries may operate as a quid pro quo in return for favorable regulatory treatment.”