Sunita Sah

2011 Apr 13

The Scientific Basis of Conflicts of Interest: The Role of Implicit Cognition

3:00pm to 7:30pm

Location: 

Ropes Gray Room, Harvard Law School

Organized by David Korn and Max H. Bazerman

Conflicts of interest have emerged as a core ethical challenge in business, government, law, medicine, and academia, among others, undermining public confidence and breeding public cynicism. Typically, under the constructs of traditional economics, conflicts of interest are thought about purely as an issue of...

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