Atlanta Senior Counsel Scott Killingsworth authored an article in the January/February 2017 edition of ethikos magazine concerning behavioral ethics, compliance and organizational culture. The article discusses the use of behavioral science to understand ethical and unethical behavior and to promote the former through various mechanisms. “The promise of behavioral ethics is that understanding how good people end up doing bad things can point the way to more effective countermeasures,” Killingsworth wrote. “If small differences in the social or psychological framing of a situation can change behaviors, the door is open to taking advantage of, or overcoming, psychological traits so as to promote ethical choices in predictable compliance-risk situations.” Click here to read the full article.