Each activity (approx 200 words)
Activity 1 – Introduction to Business Ethics
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Behavioral ethics is a new field drawing on
behavioral psychology, cognitive science and related fields to determine why
people make the ethical decisions, both good and bad, that they do. Much
behavioral ethics research addresses the question of why good people do bad
Behavioral ethics may be the next big
thingâ€ in ethics
education. N.Y.U. recently asked Prof. Jonathan Haidt, whose research is a
major part of the new learning in behavioral ethics, to create a behavioral
ethics course there. And John Walsh, who helped create the Office of Compliance
Inspections and Examinations at the SEC, recently wrote in Corporate Counsel
that the â€œultimate promise of behavioralethicsâ€¦is that it provides
pragmatic tools that have been demonstrated to work.