Moral Equilibrium:  Why Giving to Charity and Other Good Deeds Might Be Red Flags to Fraud

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Moral Equilibrium:  Why Giving to Charity and Other Good Deeds Might Be Red Flags to Fraud – In this block of instruction, participants will discuss the latest brain research and how doing charitable or good deeds actually licenses us to do something equally improper.  (1 hr)

 

Learning Objectives:  After this block of instruction, the participants will be able to:

 

  • Define moral equilibrium.
  • Define moral compensation.
  • Define moral licensing.
  • Assess how moral equilibrium affects behavior as it relates to fraud.
  • Describe how charitable contributions affect moral equilibrium.
  • Articulate why moral licensing and moral compensation can be a red flag to fraudulent behavior.
  • Develop internal controls that address the advantages/disadvantages of moral equilibrium.

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