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Thinking about bribery : neuroscience, moral cognition and the psychology of bribery

Author: Philip Nichols; Diana Conway Robertson
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2017. ©2017
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Bribery is perhaps the most visible and most frequently studied form of corruption. Very little research, however, examines the individual decision to offer or accept a bribe, or how understanding that decision can help to effectively control bribery. This book brings together research by scholars from a variety of disciplines studying the mind and morality, who use their research to explain how and why decisions  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Thinking about bribery.
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2017
(DLC) 2017004970
(OCoLC)973199607
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Nichols; Diana Conway Robertson
ISBN: 9781316450765 1316450767 9781107584761 1107584760
OCLC Number: 1007050803
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 271 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1. Introduction and overview: bribery and the study of decision making Diana C. Robertson and Philip M. Nichols; Part I. Structure and Mechanics of the Brain: 2. Cognitive neuroscience methods: an introductory overview for social scientists Trishala Parthasarathi and Joseph W. Kable; 3. The conforming brain and deontological resolve Melanie Pincus, Lisa LaViers, Michael J. Prietula and Gregory Berns; Part II. Moral Cognition and Bribery: 4. Corruption in the context of moral trade-offs James Dungan, Adam Waytz and Liane Young; 5. Cognitive dissonance, ethical behavior, and bribery Andrew Samuel; Part III. Psychological Insights into Bribery: 6. Beyond black and white: three decision frames of bribery Xiao-Xiao Liu, George I. Christopoulos and Ying-yi Hong; 7. Effect of reminders of personal sacrifice and suggested rationalizations on residents' self-reported willingness to accept gifts Sunita Sah and George Loewenstein; Part IV. Norms and the Decision to Engage in Bribery: 8. Determinants of corruption: a socio-psychological analysis Cristina Bicchieri and Deshani Ganegoda; 9. Moral norms, behavioral ethics, and bribery activity Robert A. Prentice; 10. Thoughts on the control of bribery Philip M. Nichols and Diana C. Robertson.
Responsibility: edited by Philip Nichols, Diana C. Robertson.

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This book gathers contributions of scholars from a variety of disciplines to explain how and why individuals decide to offer or accept bribes, and how bribery can be effectively combatted. It will be  Read more...

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