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Alan Lewis
University of Bath
EconomicsPound (mass)Social scienceSocioeconomicsSocial psychology
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#1John Cullis (University of Bath)H-Index: 17
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In neoclassical economics the decision to evade tax is analysed in the same way as the decision to commit benefit fraud. Both decisions depend on the net expected utility that a ‘representative individual’ will derive from the gamble. If the financial loss a community experiences when there is tax evasion is equal to the financial loss experienced when there is benefit fraud, there is no reason to expect any difference in individuals' attitudes towards these crimes. However, in practice, individ...
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#2Alan Lewis (Cardiff University)H-Index: 29
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The selection of the most appropriate plastic material for a given design application and/or manufacturing process is often problematical. A number of software products are currently available which claim to offer partial or complete solutions to this problem. This paper provides a review of three such products from the perspective of the design engineer. The review arises from a project at the Design Engineering Research Centre of Cardiff Institute of Higher Education to develop a plastic mater...
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#1Alan Lewis (University of Bath)H-Index: 29
#2Alexander Bardis (University of Bath)H-Index: 1
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In a study by Shalvi, Dana, Handgraaf, and De Dreu (2011) it was convincingly demonstrated that psychologically, the distinction between right and wrong is not discrete, rather it is a continuous distribution of relative ‘rightness’ and ‘wrongness’. Using the ‘die-under-the-cup’ paradigm participants over-reported high numbers on the roll of a die when there were financial incentives to do so and no chance of detection for lying. Participants generally did not maximise income, instead making mor...
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