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Eric Beerbohm, Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Graduate Fellowship Program, Awarded Tenure

Eric Beerbohm, Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Graduate Fellowship Program, Awarded Tenure

June 22, 2015

Eric Beerbohm, Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Graduate Fellowship program, has been awarded a full professorship and tenure in the Department of Government at Harvard University. He will continue to serve as Director of the Center's Graduate Fellowship program. The Center congratulates Professor Beerbohm on his well-deserved honor.

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Can Religion Help in the Fight against Corruption? Evidence from Marketing and Management in Saudi Arabia: A Behavioral Ethics Perspective

by Marianna Fotaki, Faisal Alshehri and Saleema Kauser

There is general agreement that religion and ethics are closely linked. Religion provides a system of norms and values guiding how individuals should live. Such norms and values are often codified as religious beliefs in the Bible or the Quran (Parboteeah et al., 2008). And 84 percent of the world’s population declare themselves as religious (King, 2008). Even so, behavioral ethics as a discipline tends to ignore issues of faith.

Practical Tools to Fight Government Corruption

by Carla Miller

Early in my career as a federal prosecutor I discovered that corruption in government remains a serious problem in the U.S. and, as the Ethics Director for the City of Jacksonville, I’ve come to understand that temptations to use government offices for private ends are subtle and widespread. However, I believe research-based training and related tools can dramatically reduce government corruption and I’ve spent the last two decades searching for effective solutions and workable ideas that can make this a reality.

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