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Econonics of Cheating and Lying lecture.docx

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Economics
Course Code
ECN 340
Professor
Thomas Barbiero

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Chapter 16November 19 2012 Cheating and Lying This is about breaking social rules 1 Cheating 2 Lying Continual problem at all educational institutions3040 of students cheatIn experiment a moral appeal had no effect whatsoeverIn one instance a moral appeal led to more cheating Economics of CheatingThreat to be checked reduced cheatingMore lovable and understanding the instructor the more cheating occurredThe most in need of marks most likely to cheat Which students are most likely to cheatStill no one is honest or dishonest by natureThe individual asks what are the gains and losses from cheating Costs of CheaterBad conscienceBut what if there is no conscience no internal constraintsInternal
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