tag: ethics

  • Why Students Cheat, and What To Do About It

    Research shows that schools with honor codes report less incidents of cheating than those without them. But what if companies had honor codes? Would they reduce unethical behavior?
    Posted Feb 09, 2013 by Hult Labs
  • Why Words Matter

    Words matter. And they matter possibly much more than we ever thought, according to new research. Just by altering a word or a phrase, we can make people behave ethically.
    Posted Nov 21, 2012 by Hult Labs
  • Got Ethics?

    Amid the scandals plaguing Wall Street the last few years, there’s been an outcry from various parties to shine a brighter spotlight on companies that engage in unethical behavior.
    Posted Nov 06, 2012 by Hult Labs
  • A Cheating Scandal Turned Learning Opportunity

    The final exam instructions for Harvard’s “Introduction to Congress” class were clear: “Students may not discuss the exam with others.”
    Posted Oct 22, 2012 by Hult Labs
  • Economics lessons to learn from professors [The National]

    Antonio Fatás can hardly believe how it all worked out. His last leave of absence was spent with the IMF during the onset of the worst economic shock since the Great Depression.
    Posted Jul 30, 2012 by Media Relations

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