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    Reforms aimed at curbing executive compensation will likely have little effect on reducing systemic risk in the financial system, according to published research by U. of I. law professor Christine Hurt, an expert in business law and corporate finance.

    Reforms aimed at curbing executive compensation will likely have little effect on reducing systemic risk in the financial system, according to published research by U. of I. law professor Christine Hurt, an expert in business law and corporate finance.

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  • Editor's note: To contact Christine Hurt, call 217-244-8293; email achurt@illinois.edu.

    The paper, "Regulating Compensation," is available online.