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Research Talk on When and Why Consumer Dyads Behave Less Ethically than Individuals

We were lucky to have Prof. Cait Lam­ber­ton from Uni­versity of Pitt­s­burgh (U.S.) in our Sem­inar Ser­ies. Cait offered us in­sights from her re­cent re­search on joint eth­ical de­cison mak­ing in dy­ads (i.e., pairs of in­di­vidu­als) and which role so­cial bond­ing plays in such situ­ations. As a take-away from her great present­a­tion we note that un­der cer­tain cir­cum­stances bond­ing makes us more likely to cheat and to be­have un­eth­ical.

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