Is there an alternative to "Business as Usual" in financial markets?

We've noticed a few surveys recently that are looking at attitudes to the financial crisis from within the industry (see Norton Rose) http://www.nortonrose.com/knowledge/publications/pdf/file25916.pdf, Greenwich did a survey about the Tobin tax http://www.greenwich.com/WMA/in_the_news/news_details/1,1637,1862,00.html?vgnvisitor=eKOZmqOJnJw=)A group of us in the NSFM (Hugh Wheelan, Raj Thamotheram et al.) did a survey late last year, covering some of these themes in "Is there an alternative to "Business as Usual" in financial markets?".
Some of you might have seen the results presented at the excellent Responsible Investor conference and TBLI in Amsterdam last November. The press release (written by Hugh Wheelan) has some of the headline themes, the actual survey results can be seen by following this link: http://www.aqresearch.com/downloads/SurveySummary_all.pdf