• Title: 2013-2014 Blog Posts by the Edmond J. Safra Research Lab for Ethics (Lab Dispatches, Vol. 3)
  • Author: Meri Avetisyan Uri Blau Gustavo H.M. de Oliveira Elena Denisova-Schmidt Juan Pablo Marín Díaz Gregg Fields Reuben Guttman Harvard University Press
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  • Page: 494
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Blog Posts by the Edmond J Safra Research Lab for Ethics Lab Dispatches Vol In Lawrence Lessig launched the Edmond J Safra Research Lab a major initiative designed to address fundamental problems of ethics in a way that is of practical benefit to institutions of govern
    In 2010, Lawrence Lessig launched the Edmond J Safra Research Lab, a major initiative designed to address fundamental problems of ethics in a way that is of practical benefit to institutions of government and society around the world As its first undertaking, the Lab is tackling the problem of institutional corruption.Over a five year period, a wide range of important inIn 2010, Lawrence Lessig launched the Edmond J Safra Research Lab, a major initiative designed to address fundamental problems of ethics in a way that is of practical benefit to institutions of government and society around the world As its first undertaking, the Lab is tackling the problem of institutional corruption.Over a five year period, a wide range of important institutions are being studied, with the ultimate goal of producing a set of practical tools that might be used both to understand the dynamic of institutional corruption and to respond to it A structure of fellowships supports the project and draws scholars and researchers from a wide range of disciplines across academia, industry, and government Collaborative research that integrates the work of different fields is a strong component of the Lab s work.In this third volume of Lab Dispatches, contributions to the blog from these Fellows and from other associates of the Lab are here collected More about the Lab can be found at ethics.harvard

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