The more collective feeling in a society, the more its members are likely to offer bribes: study | We are the 99% | Scoop.it

Aggarwal and Mazar discovered that people in more collectivist cultures – in which individuals see themselves as interdependent and as part of a larger society – are more likely to offer bribes than people from more individualistic cultures. Their work suggests that people in collectivist societies may feel less individually responsible for their actions, and therefore less guilty about offering a bribe.


Via Abel Revoredo