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    • Behavioral Ethics: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Moral Judgment and Dishonesty 

      Bazerman, Max H.; Gino, Francesca (2012)
      Early research and teaching on ethics focused on either a moral development perspective or philosophical approaches, and used a normative approach by focusing on the question of how people should act when resolving ethical ...
    • Celebrating the Work of Keith Murnighan 

      Conlon, Donald E.; Bazerman, Max H.; Malhotra, Deepak; Pillutla, Madan M. (2016)
      In this tribute, four scholars highlight research published during the career of 2015 International Association for Conflict Management Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Keith Murnighan. In the four sections of the paper, ...
    • Dirty Work, Clean Hands: The Moral Psychology of Indirect Agency 

      Paharia, Neeru; Kassam, Karim Sadik; Greene, Joshua D.; Bazerman, Max H. (Elsevier, 2009)
      When powerful people cause harm, they often do so indirectly through other people. Are harmful actions carried out through others evaluated less negatively than harmful actions carried out directly? Four experiments examine ...
    • Done but Not Published: The Dissertation Journeys of Roy J. Lewicki and J. Keith Murnighan 

      Kopelman, Shirli; Lytle, Anne L.; Wang, Cynthia S.; Lewicki, Roy J.; Murnighan, J. Keith; Bazerman, Max H. (2015)
      This article explores the tumultuous path to publication that begins for many of us with trying to publish our dissertation. We invited Roy J. Lewicki and J. Keith Murnighan—the 2013 and 2015 recipients of the International ...
    • Essays in Organizational Behavior 

      Lee, Jooa (2015-01-21)
      How do organizations create an environment to motivate their employees to be healthy, productive, and competent decision makers? My dissertation identifies the underlying factors that could prevent organizations from ...
    • Essays on Ethics: Antecedents and Consequences 

      Shu, Lisa (2013-02-11)
      Does memory conspire with morality? Essay 1 details evidence from four experiments demonstrating that dishonest behavior impairs memory for moral rules. After engaging in cheating behavior, individuals dispel conscience ...
    • Essays on Gender and Decision Making in Political Economy 

      Paryavi, Maliheh (2016-09-01)
      This dissertation contains three essays that address supply side, demand side and political factors that influence the attitudes and decisions that shape women’s economic and political status. It demonstrates how ...
    • The Impact of Visual Cues on Judgment and Perceptions of Performance 

      Tsay, Chia-Jung (2013-02-08)
      No matter what domain, the judgment of performance occupies a key area of investment. Experts are trained and societal institutions are constructed to judge performance, and to identify, develop, and reward the highest ...
    • The Ironic Effects of Motivational Tools on Attention and Decision Making 

      Fletcher, Pinar Fethiye (2016-05-02)
      Decision makers often display bounded awareness – a tendency to miss or overlook easily accessible, critical information and contextual cues – and make suboptimal decisions. In popular parlance, these defective attentional ...
    • The Personal and Interpersonal Benefits of Rediscovery 

      Zhang, Ting (2015-05-01)
      Individuals commonly fail to document their current experiences such that they often forget about these experiences altogether. In the context of learning, for example, experts may have difficulty remembering the experience ...
    • Reducing Bounded Ethicality: How to Help Individuals Notice and Avoid Unethical Behavior 

      Zhang, Ting; Fletcher, Pinar O.; Gino, Francesca; Bazerman, Max H. (Elsevier, 2015)
      Research on ethics has focused on the factors that help individuals act ethically when they are tempted to cheat. However, we know little about how best to help individuals notice unethical behaviors in others and in ...
    • Signing at the Beginning Makes Ethics Salient and Decreases Dishonest Self-reports in Comparison to Signing at the End 

      Shu, L.; Mazar, N.; Gino, Francesca; Ariely, D.; Bazerman, Max H. (2012)
      Many written forms required by businesses and governments rely on honest reporting. Proof of honest intent is typically provided through signature at the end of the document, e.g., tax returns or insurance policy forms. ...
    • The Social Psychology of Ordinary Ethical Failures 

      Bazerman, Max H.; Banaji, Mahzarin R. (Springer Science + Business Media, 2004)
    • When Performance Trumps Gender Bias: Joint Versus Separate Evaluation 

      Bohnet, Iris; Van Geen, Alexandra Vivien; Bazerman, Max H. (INFORMS, 2012)
      We examine a new intervention to overcome gender biases in hiring, promotion, and job assignments: an “evaluation nudge,” in which people are evaluated jointly rather than separately regarding their future performance. ...