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2019 International Association for Conflict Management Conference

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Double-Edge Swords: Factors that Induce or Prohibit Prosocial and Ethical Behavior

The present symposium will explore the tension between prosocial (and ethical) behavior and selfish (unethical) behavior across a variety of contexts (i.e., charitable giving, interpersonal contexts, work-place contexts, and negotiations). We explore how and when different states (e.g., environments that allow for more or less choice) and traits (e.g., strategic-thinking) may promote either type of behavior. Importantly, all of these papers provide novel investigations into how each specific factor that was previously thought to either promote or inhibit ethical behavior may, in fact, have the power to do both.

Sam Skowronek
University of Pennsylvania
United States

Maurice Schweitzer
University of Pennsylvania
United States

Alex Van Zant
Rutgers University
United States

Laura Kray
University of California, Berkeley
United States

Jessica Kennedy
Vanderbilt University
United States

Maryam Kouchaki
Northwestern University
United States

Samantha Kassirer
Northwestern University
United States

Nir Halevy
Stanford University
United States

Shilaan Alzahawi
Stanford University
United States

Jennifer Dannals
Dartmouth College
United States

Rebecca Schaumberg
University of Pennsylvania
United States

Nicholas Hays
Michigan State University
United States

 


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