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Banking culture breeds dishonesty, study finds DateNovember 20, 2014 - 2:33PM 9 reading now Read later     inShare submit to reddit Email article Print Reprints & permissions     What is it with bankers? Bank employees, when primed to think about their finance jobs, are more likely to cheat and be dishonest, researchers at the University of Zurich found in a study that enticed them with as much as $US200. The academics recruited 128 bank employees from a large, international bank - which was given anonymity - and randomly assigned them to two groups. One filled out a survey about their personal lives, and the other answered questions about their banking background. They were then told to toss a coin 10 times in private, and report the results. If they told researchers they guessed correctly on a toss, they collected $US20 for each correct guess. The people who'd been asked about...
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