#EthSys Insights 4: Robert Frank

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#EthSys Insights 3: Amy Wrzesniewski

#EthSys Insights is a video series where we have experts answer questions about ethical systems design. For our third installment, we were fortunate to have a visit from Amy Wrzesniewski,  Associate Professor of Organization Behavior, Yale School of Management. Amy answered the following questions for us and we recorded her responses (the video is 120 seconds long):

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Behavioral ethics and compliance: what the board of directors should ask

[This essay was originally posted on the Conflict of Interest Blog.]

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Week That Was in Ethical Systems, 4/14/14-4/27/14

Today we have a roundup of articles from the past two weeks:

Making Use of Non-Financial Disclosures, in The Wall Street Journal

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#EthSys Insights 2: Marc Hodak

#EthSys Insights is a video series where we have experts answer questions about ethical systems design. For our second installment, we turn to Corporate Governance contributor Marc Hodak, adjunct professor at NYU-Stern. Marc answered the following questions for us and we recorded his responses (the longest video is 169 seconds):

  1. What are the central issues of ethical corporate governance?

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(Dis)honesty - The Truth About Lies

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The film’s director, Yael Melamede, and Dan Ariely,
ready for the lies

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Raising a Moral Company

Ethical Systems contributor Adam Grant wrote in the New York Times last week about how to raise a moral child. Drawing insights from several psychological studies, he came away with three primary suggestions:

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Week That Was in Ethical Systems, 4/7/14-4/13/14

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Week That Was in Ethical Systems, 3/31/14-4/6/14

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Dishonesty Debate with Dan Ariely, Paul Bloom, and Peter Singer

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