Monday, April 15, 2013

The Morals Of Business Students

Little did we realize when we started exploring compassion that we'd have to learn about neuroscience! The Mind Report is a series of fascinating videos in which cognitive scientists from Yale University converse with a wide array of thinkers, exploring the latest findings on how we think, feel and behave.

In this episode, psychologist Jonathan Haidt, author of The Righteous Mind who recently began teaching at NYU-Stern School of Business tells Tamar Gendler of Yale what he’s learned about morality and the business world:

1 comment:

  1. So true. Ethics class does not help people be more ethical. It would be wonderful if more people considered the moral reputation of their decision because I believe that would possible and hopefully help them to make better decisions for both themselves and people around them. It was definitely interesting to hear that business students are more pragmatic without considering morality.