One in seven large companies engages in fraud each year, warns economist Alexander Wagner. In that context, he assesses the wisest, most economical way to ensure an honest organization. Wagner’s methods involve testing two dominant theories about human behavior: Do employees act in their self-interest, or do core values drive their actions? getAbstract suggests this talk to professionals interested in creating an honest, conscientious corporate culture.
About the Speaker
Economist Alexander Wagner is a professor of banking and finance at the University of Zurich.