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Competition Leads to Workplace Corruption, Research Shows
December 30, 2012 • Forbes
Forbes featured research by Victor Bennett and colleagues finding that competition in the workplace may encourage unethical behavior. “Competition is generally thought to be good for economies because it keeps prices low and quality high. But when meeting customer demand is bad for society at large, then competition has a flip side,” Bennett said. The story was also covered by LA Weekly.