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Max Bazerman
Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, HBS
phone: (617)495-6429
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Linda Babcock: Go-Getter and Do-Gooder
Bazerman, Max, Iris Bohnet, Hannah Riley Bowles, and George Loewenstein. "Linda Babcock: Go-Getter and Do-Gooder." Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 11.2 (May 2018): 130-145.

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Bounded Ethicality and Ethical Fading in Negotiations: Understanding Unintended Unethical Behavior
Bazerman, Max. "Bounded Ethicality and Ethical Fading in Negotiations: Understanding Unintended Unethical Behavior." Academy of Management (March 2018).

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Raiffa Transformed the Field of Negotiation–and Me
Bazerman, Max. "Raiffa Transformed the Field of Negotiation–and Me." Negotiation and Conflict Management Research (February 2018).

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Prescriptions Based on a Realistic View of Human Behavior
Bazerman, Max. "Prescriptions Based on a Realistic View of Human Behavior." Negotiation Journal 33.4 (October 2017): 309-315.

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Special Issue: Celebrating Howard Raiffa's Legacy
Sebenius, James K., and Max H. Bazerman. "Special Issue: Celebrating Howard Raiffa's Legacy." Negotiation Journal 33.4 (October 2017).

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Is Saving Lives Your Task or God’s? Religiosity, Belief in God, and Moral Judgment
Barak-Corren, Netta, and Max Bazerman. "Is Saving Lives Your Task or God’s? Religiosity, Belief in God, and Moral Judgment." Judgment and Decision Making 12.3 (May 2017): 280-296.

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If You’re Going to Do Wrong, At Least Do It Right: Considering Two Moral Dilemmas at the Same Time Promotes Moral Consistency
Barak-Corren, Netta, Chia-Jung Tsay, Fiery Cushman, and Max H. Bazerman. "If You’re Going to Do Wrong, At Least Do It Right: Considering Two Moral Dilemmas at the Same Time Promotes Moral Consistency." Management Science 64.4 (February 2017): 1528-1540.

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Overcoming the Outcome Bias: Making Intentions Matter
Sezer, Ovul, Ting Zhang, Francesca Gino, and Max H. Bazerman. "Overcoming the Outcome Bias: Making Intentions Matter." Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137 (November 2016): 13-26.

Publication Categorized as: Decision Sciences
 
Celebrating the Work of J. Keith Murnighan
Conlon, Donald E., Max H. Bazerman, Deepak Malhotra, and Madan M. Pillutla. "Celebrating the Work of J. Keith Murnighan." Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 9.4 (November 2016).

Publication Categorized as: Management, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
 
Bounded Awareness: Implications for Ethical Decision Making
Bazerman, Max H., and Ovul Sezer. "Bounded Awareness: Implications for Ethical Decision Making." Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 136.C (2016): 95-105.

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How to Make the Other Side Play Fair
Bazerman, Max H., and Daniel Kahneman. "How to Make the Other Side Play Fair." Harvard Business Review 94.9 (2016): 16.

Publication Categorized as: Decision Sciences, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
 
Blind Loyalty? When Group Loyalty Makes Us See Evil or Engage in It
Hildreth, John Angus D., Francesca Gino, and Max Bazerman. "Blind Loyalty? When Group Loyalty Makes Us See Evil or Engage in It." Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 132 (January 2016): 16-36.

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