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    • Conflicts of Interest

    • identity theft; fraud; conflicts of interest
    • Our research on theft and fraud has taught us three important lessons about conflicts of interest: first, they are much more prevalent than one would expect, second, they are much more serious than one might think, and third, some of them can’t be...
    • Crime and Punishment: Does Punishment Work?

    • punishment; crime
    • Most analyses of punishment seem to assume that it plays a major role in shaping the behavior of people, whether they are children, students, employees, or ordinary citizens in the community. Some people argue that there is no justification for the...
    • Genuine Remorse

    • moral character; remorse; rationalization
    • The development of moral character occurs when we realize that we have done something wrong and we resolve to do better. However, this is not what we typically do. The natural tendency is to rationalize our misdeeds and justify what we have done...
    • Good Management’s Impact on Inventory Shrinkage

    • inventory shrinkage; management; employee theft; shoplifting
    • One of my good friends, Joseph Nelson, tried to convince me that inventory shrinkage was mostly a management problem. Based on his experience as a store manager, Joe claimed that the conduct and example of top management were the most important...
    • Pay Fairness: An Ethical or a Legal Issue?

    • pay fairness; ethics; legislation
    • There is an interesting drama that has been playing in the United States for the past century called “Executive Pay, Starring Your Local CEO”. For many years this drama was a comedy as executive bonuses and stock options continued to rise at...
    • Rationalizing Dishonesty

    • rationalization; dishonesty; taxes; social pressure
    • A recent BusinessWeek article (28 July 2008: 17) reported some interesting data regarding the percent of people who say they cheat on their taxes. When a smiling devil cartoon character asked them, “How Bad are U?” over 50 percent of the survey...
    • Reducing Theft through Meaningful Recognition

    • employee theft; job satisfaction; recognition programs
    • A fact that is seldom appreciated when dealing with employee theft is that most antisocial behavior at work is closely associated with employee attitudes. Research has frequently found that job dissatisfaction and feelings of unfairness are...
    • The Teenage Mind - part 1

    • dishonesty; teenagers; rationalization
    • When we see teenagers do things that are seriously wrong or illegal we often ask, “Why did they do such a stupid thing?” “What in the world were they thinking?” In fact, teenagers do many stupid things and sometimes it appears they were not really...
    • The Ethics of Technology

    • ethics; theft; technology
    • Earlier today, I used my credit card to pay for a purchase. As I handed my card to the merchant, he asked if I had used my card to purchase gas recently. When I said yes, he warned me that I should never do it again. He explained that technology...

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