Thursday, February 7, 12-1 p.m.
Professor Max Bazerman (HBS)
Sponsor: Student Association for Law & Mind Sciences
Professor Bazerman will present his recent research on ethical behavior. He argues that, in contrast to the search for the few “bad apples,” the majority of unethical events occur as the result of ordinary and predictable psychological processes. As a result, even good people engage in unethical behavior, without their own awareness, on a regular basis.
Free Thai food!
Learn more about Professor Bazerman’s work here.
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