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.

For infor­ma­tion on the upco­ming guest spea­kers at the Rese­arch Seminar Series, please check the agenda.

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