Businessmen interested in long-run survival are more honest in their professional dealings than are many other groups in societynot because they are more virtuous, but because they face more effective constraints. Their customers can usually detect and avoid deception more easily than can a politicians constituents, a professors students, and a preachers congregants.
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|Summer 2014||The Two Moralities of the Minimum Wage|
|Fall 2012||Moderating the Dark Side of Emotional Morality with the Bright Side of Market Morality|
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