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Governments are learning a simple and cheap nudge can yield big dividends
The many doubts of Michael Hodge, QC
Sah: Medical guidelines may be biased, overly aggressive
Banks must curb conflicts of interest: banking royal commission paper
Royal Commission paper assesses bias
How Academic Corruption Works.
Doctors Like to Think Big Pharma Doesn’t Sway Them. It Does.
Would ratings system for advisors prompt better behavior? It helped food industry.
Department of Justice and The National Institute of Standards and Technology Name Six Experts as New Members of National Commission on Forensic Science.
No, mornings don’t make you moral.
What you should know before seeking a second opinion.
Disclosure may not work in investing.
Disclosing Conflicts of Interest has Unintended Effects.
Morning person, or night owl? It matters.
Morning People Are More Likely to Lie to Their Bosses in the Afternoon.
The 9-to-5 workday is practically an invitation to ethical lapses.
Early risers 'less moral at night.'
Early risers more likely to cheat and behave dishonestly at night, US study finds.
Early birds more likely to behave badly at night, says study.
No Conflict: Transparency and Morals.
The Dark Side of Confidence.
How Uncertainty Overpowers Evidence in Matters of Health.
Study: Many Invasive Medical Procedures are the Result of Uncertainty, Not Evidence.
You Follow Advice Despite Conflicts of Interest.
How disclosing conflicts of interest can pass the burden to the customer.
The Business of Medicine.
Something for the weekend.
If You Want Honest Investment Advice, Only Get It One-on-One.
Disclosure: Transparency May Be Hazardous to Your Health.
Why Do Doctors Take Drugmakers' Gifts?
Study: Medical Residents’ Attitudes Towards Gifts Easily Swayed.