Maryam Kouchaki

WP 64. May 21, 2015

Elizabeth Doty and Maryam Kouchaki, Commitments, Disrupted: Understanding and Addressing Commitment Drift in For-Profit Enterprises

Maryam Kouchaki — Professions, Professionals, and Morality

The November 7, 2012, Lab seminar was led by Edmond J. Safra Lab Fellow, Dr. Maryam Kouchaki. Dr. Kouchaki recently received her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior in 2012 from the Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. Her research focuses on the moral dimension of social life, in particular, ethical behavior in the workplace. During her time as a Lab Fellow at the Center for Ethics she will examine the systemic ways in which professional self-conceptions...

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Dirty Money: Mere Exposure to Money Motivates to Think Business, Cheat and Lie

by Maryam Kouchaki

Lab Fellow Maryam Kouchaki, along with co-authors Kristin Smith-Crowe, Associate Professor, and Arthur P. Brief, Presidential Professor and Chair in Business Ethics, both at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business; and Carlos Sousa, a former University of Utah graduate student, have published a study in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes showing how mere exposure to money – even simply using money-related words – will trigger unethical behavior.

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