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The Lily

26-Sep-20

Your guide to making big decisions right now

Boston Globe 

04-Aug-20

Brigham president had sold more Moderna stock before she resigned from biotech’s board

The Sydney Morning Herald

5-Oct-19

Governments are learning a simple and cheap nudge can yield big dividends

Australian Financial Review

19-Jul-19

The many doubts of Michael Hodge, QC

Cornell Chronicle

21-Mar-19

Sah: Medical guidelines may be biased, overly aggressive

Australian Financial Review

9-Nov-18

Banks must curb conflicts of interest: banking royal commission paper

Australian Broker

8-Nov-18

Royal Commission paper assesses bias

The Chronicle of Higher Education

7-Oct-18

How Academic Corruption Works.

Bloomberg

4-Oct-18

Doctors Like to Think Big Pharma Doesn’t Sway Them. It Does.

Financial Planning

11-Dec-17

Would ratings system for advisors prompt better behavior? It helped food industry.

Department of Justice

6-Aug-15

Department of Justice and The National Institute of Standards and Technology Name Six Experts as New Members of National Commission on Forensic Science.

The New Yorker 

25-Feb-15

No, mornings don’t make you moral.

Forbes 

17-Nov-14

What you should know before seeking a second opinion.

The Star, Toronto

28-Oct-14

Disclosure may not work in investing.

Nature

3-Oct-14

Disclosing Conflicts of Interest has Unintended Effects.

NPR

9-Sep-14

Morning person, or night owl? It matters.

The Atlantic 

23-Jul-14

Morning People Are More Likely to Lie to Their Bosses in the Afternoon.

The Washington Post 

22-Jul-14

The 9-to-5 workday is practically an invitation to ethical lapses.

BBC News 

17-Jul-14

Early risers 'less moral at night.'

The Telegraph 

17-Jul-14

Early risers more likely to cheat and behave dishonestly at night, US study finds.

Metro 

17-Jul-14

Early birds more likely to behave badly at night, says study.

Huffington Post 

25-Oct-13

No Conflict: Transparency and Morals.

Forbes 

22-May-13

The Dark Side of Confidence.

Psychology Today 

12-May-13

How Uncertainty Overpowers Evidence in Matters of Health.

Forbes 

14-Apr-13

Study: Many Invasive Medical Procedures are the Result of Uncertainty, Not Evidence. 

Huffington Post 

28-Mar-13

You Follow Advice Despite Conflicts of Interest. 

British Psychological Society Occupational Digest 

6-Mar-13

How disclosing conflicts of interest can pass the burden to the customer.

Georgetown Magazine 

Winter 2013

The Business of Medicine.

Financial Times 

11-May-12

Something for the weekend.

Forbes 

9-May-12

If You Want Honest Investment Advice, Only Get It One-on-One.

The Atlantic 

23-May-11

Disclosure: Transparency May Be Hazardous to Your Health.

Boston Globe 

15-May-11

Deeply Conflicted.

NPR 

15-Sep-10

Why Do Doctors Take Drugmakers' Gifts?

The Wall Street Journal 

15-Sep-10

Study: Medical Residents’ Attitudes Towards Gifts Easily Swayed.