Katsoris, Constantine N.
January 2002
Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law;2002 Symposium, Vol. 8, pS47
Academic Journal
Discusses issues concerning the collapse of Enron Corp. that are left uncovered in the panel discussion entitled Enron: What Went Wrong?. Issue of ineffectivess of audit committees in the U.S.; Suggestion of U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan in the aftermath of the Enron collapse; Issue of the distortion of tax versus reported earnings.


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