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Five Common but False “Reasons” for Unethical Business Behavior
Dr. Grace Ann Rosile, NMSU
People often invoke flawed and faulty reasoning to justify unethical behavior. There are five common rationalizations people use to justify their wrongdoing.
Complete Article: Five Common but False “Reasons” for Unethical Business Behavior
It’s All about Discovery at Our Consumer Behavior Lab
Dr. Mihai Niculescu, NMSU; Dr. Collin Payne, NMSU; Mr. Wenkai Zhou, NMSU
Officially opened in fall 2013 after an initial $25,000 investment, NMSU’s Consumer Behavior Lab (CoBeLab) is ready for business. Here, faculty and Ph.D. students interested in behavioral research can find assistance with institutional review board applications and survey design/implementation. New Mexico businesses may benefit as well.
Complete Article: It’s All about Discovery at Our Consumer Behavior Lab
Meet Our Faculty: Dr. Collin R. Payne, Marketing
Interviewer: Ms. Chadelle Robinson, NMSU
Dr. Collin R. Payne, an associate professor of marketing, joined NMSU’s faculty in 2008.
Complete Article: Meet Our Faculty: Dr Collin R. Payne, Marketing
From the Editor: Interesting Articles You May Have Missed
Can’t find enough to read online? Here are links to interesting articles—many posted on NMSU’s KRWG website—that you may have missed during the last month.
Complete Article: From the Editor: Interesting Articles You May Have Missed
Dr. Christopher A. Erickson, NMSU
Each March, the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions delays release of employment data to allow for benchmarking, which means the data are not available for this month’s column. The good news is this gives us a chance to look at longer run trends.
Complete Article: Talking Points