October 23, 2012
Behavioral Economics and Ethical Decision Making: "Bad Apples" II
This program focuses on Behavioral Economics, a growing field that uses psychological insights to challenge traditional economic theory's presumption of the rational human actor. Exploring the limits of the human mind and how they play out in market settings, the panel will examine moral implications for decision making in legal organizations.
Daylian Cain (Panel leader)
M. Keith Chen
Donald C. Langevoort
The Center for Professional Responsibility