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“While rules on deferrals for "code staff" are fairly prescriptive, banks have significant room for maneuver for non-code staff, as the FSA asks that institutions give consideration to the remuneration principles on a firm-wide basis without giving any specific guidance, according to lawyers who followed the issue.”
“The book is written as a list of questions and answers, and it's frustrating to try to answer the non-code questions because they are often unguessable:”
“Quickly read through the non-code questions and answers.”
“The key to enjoying this book is to not get hung up on the non-code questions.”
“So here's a question: Given that up to three quarters of college students cheat -- a dishonesty crisis of epic scale on our campuses -- what isn't every non-code school working feverishly to create an honor code?”
“Their research found sharp contrasts between the outlook of students at code and non-code schools:”
“The judicial systems that police student conduct are largely run by administrators on many non-code campuses and often feel top-down.”
“Although honor code students feel the same pressures from the larger society as their non-code colleagues, they are significantly less likely to use such pressures to rationalize or justify their own cheating.”
“Chris: Given that no one has ever observed front loading stunney: Has anyone ever observed any cases of codes being spontaneously generated from non-code stuff by unintentional processes?”
“Has anyone ever observed any cases of codes being spontaneously generated from non-code stuff by unintentional processes?”
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