What motivates people to pay their taxes? And what shapes moral condemnation of tax evasion? New research uncovers the complex moral psychology underlying why people pay taxes or evade them, providing insights for sustaining ethical cooperation as financial technologies evolve.
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Nikodemus Solitander, Director of the Centre for Corporate Responsibility (CCR) at Hanken School of Economics, has been appointed by the Parliamentary Ombudsman as a member of the National Human Rights Delegation at the Human Rights Centre for a period of four years.
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Seven aid workers from the food aid charity World Central Kitchen were killed in Gaza on Monday night when their convoy was attacked in a confirmed Israeli drone strike. This puts the death toll among humanitarians at over 200, writes Hanken’s Sarah Schiffling and Foteini Stavropoulou from Liverpool John Moores University in The Conversation.
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The global professional services company Reddal is the newest member of Hanken's partner programme. “Linguistic and cultural diversity is important to us, so it is natural that we start a collaboration with Hanken School of Economics”, says Reddal's CEO Per Stenius.