Eugene Soltes

Harvard Business School

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Eugene Soltes is Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the author of Why They Do It: Inside the Mind of the White-Collar Criminal.

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Insider trading, fraud, embezzlement and bribery these are crimes often perpetrated by those at the highest rungs of the corporate ladder, by top earners you wouldn't think would need…

The psychology behind white-collar crime

Insider trading, fraud, embezzlement and bribery these are crimes often perpetrated by those at the highest rungs of the corporate ladder, by top earners you wouldn't think would need…

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