28 - 29 May 2015

Behavioral foundations of corruption and unethical behavior


Recent research has highlighted a unique dimension of agency problems faced by the public sector: since unethical and corrupt behavior have a distortionary effect on social output, behavioral considerations such as a predisposition for ethical behavior and public sector motivation are important when explaining why agents are more, or less, likely to engage in activities labeled as corrupt or unethical.

Roel van Veldhuizen
roel.vanveldhuizen [at] wzb.eu
Registration deadline
Please register until 20.05.2015.
WZB, Reichpietschufer 50, 10785 Berlin, Raum A 300
28 - 29 May 2015
Start 9:30 am
Justin Valasek and Roel van Veldhuizen

External speakers

Klaus Abbink
(Monash University)

Emmanuelle Auriol
(Toulouse 1 Capitole University)

Michael Drugov
(The New Economic School)

Johann Graf Lambsdorff
(University of Passau)

Michel Maréchal
(University of Zurich)

Dan Rogger
(World Bank)

Andrew Schotter
(New York University)

Sandra Sequiera
(London School of Economics)

Sandip Sukhtankar
(Dartmouth College)

Roberto Weber
(University of Zurich)