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Lisa L. Shu is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Dispute Resolution Research Center. Shu studies the architecture of morality through examining the antecedents and consequences of ethical decision-making. In the laboratory and field, she investigates the psychological costs of unethical behavior, and proposes ways to avoid the costs of dishonesty through interventions in the social context. She tests strategies that promote ethical decision-making over the long term in order to identify moral nudges that can be effective across a diversity of cultural and geographic settings.

Her work has been featured in academic and media outlets such as CBS MoneyWatch, CNN Live, Financial Times, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Shu attained her PhD in Organizational Behavior and Psychology from Harvard University.

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Ph.D., 2012, Organizational Behavior and Psychology, Harvard University
A.B., 2006, Economics and Psychology, Harvard University

Academic Positions
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Management & Organizations; Postdoctoral Fellow, Dispute Resolution Research Center, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

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