July 20, 2021 • Amazon

Business Ethics for Better Behavior

A clear and concise roadmap for ethical business behavior using commonsense moral principles.

March 6, 2017 • Wiley Online Library

Paying People to Make Healthy Choices

Paying people to make healthy choices is a promising response to a genuine social problem.

June 1, 2016 • Hein Online

Two Cheers for Nudging

The idea of "nudging" - presenting choices to people in a manner that biases their responses towards socially desirable results - is viewed by some as the basis

April 10, 2013 • Cambridge University

Genopolitics and the Science of Genetics

In an earlier article we challenged the findings of Fowler and Dawes (FD) that two genes predict voter turnout as part of a more general critique of “genopoliti

November 1, 2012 • Scientific American

Why Genes Don’t Predict Voting Behavior

Dozens of studies in the past few years have linked single genes to whether a person is liberal or conservative, has a strong party affiliation or is likely to

February 13, 2012 • Cambridge University

Candidate Genes and Political Behavior

Political scientists are making increasing use of the methodologies of behavior genetics in an attempt to uncover whether or not political behavior is heritable

October 11, 2011 • Harvard Ethics Center

The Ethics of Competition

An interesting cheating scandal recently rocked the 2012 Summer Olympic games. It didn’t involve gambling, blood doping, or performance enhancing drugs.

October 6, 2011 • The Public Discourse

Can Neuroscience Tell Us Anything About Virtue?

David Brooks’s recent bestseller, The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character and Achievement, is an unusually rich book for one aimed at popular a