Does Knowing You Are a Banker Make You More Dishonest?

Published on December 03, 2014

Does banking culture lead people to be more dishonest? A new study by Alain Cohn (University of Chicago Booth School of Business postdoctoral scholar) and his colleagues attempted to answer that question and the results will likely be troubling to those who think the industry’s ethical troubles are overblown.

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