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This is side A of the second tape, from day one, of the annual Drucker Symposium of 1989. This recording continues the “questions and answers” session from tape one, sides A and B, about the world’s financial system in transition. Among the topics Drucker covers in this “questions and answers” session are: capital costs, regulation and de-regulation in banking systems, lower employment over higher wages, short term performance and nature of the American compensation or incentive structures, managing public pension funds, and the balance between traditional trustee responsibilities and exercising the “ownership” of responsibility. In responding to these questions, Peter Drucker utilizes a number of different examples and contexts from different countries including Japan, Germany, and the United States. Q & A session continues onto side B.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 New York University. Graduate School of Business Administration Japan Germany United States Competition Banks and banking Banking regulations Competition, International Pensions Wages Trusts and trustees Responsibility Cost Capital West, Richard R