Graduates who consider themselves 'highly ethical' are shunning finance, New York Fed chief William Dudley says he hears from deans.
Bloomberg News reports that Dudley said on last week that he met 'a couple of months ago' with a number of business school deans and discussed ethics in the curriculum.
He said 'a number of people there from the academic community said that people who think of themselves as highly ethical, people of high integrity, were deciding not to go into the financial business because they were concerned that that was not up to their standards'. He said that he found this 'incredibly disturbing'.
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