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2:34PM

Are the wealthy more ethical?

Neil Wagner, writing for The Atlantic:

Who is more trustworthy, a rich person or a poor one? According to a new study, poor people are more likely to act ethically than the wealthy. The difference in ethical behavior may be about opportunity rather than moral fiber, however.

Fascinating series of experiments.

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