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Synopsis: Financial and investment professionals are particularly vulnerable to ethical wrongdoing. But what makes some blatantly violate ethical standards and even break the law while others behave highly ethically? This monograph sheds light on the psychology behind ethical and unethical behavior. It explores fascinating psychological insights into the characteristics of unethical personalities and the role of nonconscious attitudes in unethical decisions. It examines how group processes, leadership, and organizational reward systems can turn otherwise ethical persons into unethical persons, and it demonstrates how rationalization tactics, moral disengagement, and impression management are used to psychologically justify or conceal unethical actions. Fortunately, as the author shows, psychology also provides the key to a genuine ethics in the financial and investment industry.
About the Author: Thomas Oberlechner is professor of psychology at Webster University in Vienna. His research on psychological aspects of decision making in financial markets has led him onto the trading floors of many of the world's leading markets; results have appeared in numerous academic and professional journals in psychology and finance. He is also the author of The Psychology of Foreign Exchange Market. Professor Oberlechner has extensive experience as an instructor at executive seminars and professional development programs. He also deals with questions of ethics in his practice as a clinical psychologist and management coach. Professor Oberlechner holds an EdM in counseling and consulting psychology from Harvard University and a PhD and JD from the University of Vienna.
Title: The Psychology of Ethics in the Finance and ...
Publisher: Research Foundation of CFA Institute
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