Dot-Com Case Study
Objective: To discuss the role of capital market intermediaries in the dot-com of 2000 and to check whether their incentives were properly aligned with their intended roles.
This case mainly describes the dot-com bubble and discusses the underlying causes of the bubble burst. It was primarily caused due to the speculation by intermediaries such as investors, accountants, lawyers, regulatory bodies, investment banks, venture capitalists, and money management firms of the value of the
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