Expectations can minimize unethical behavior in the powerful

Posted by on May 4, 2016 1:26 pm
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Recent research offers new ideas for curbing unethical behavior by those with power — it all depends on how people in power think about their power. In a series of three experiments, the authors demonstrated that activating prescriptive expectation, or what others believe people should do, leads the powerful to cheat less than the powerless.

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