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Authors: Cheng, Amanda
Advisors: McConnaughy, Corrine
Department: Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
Class Year: 2022
Abstract: Why to technology corporations make ethical decisions? My project investigates the Capitol Riot to develop a theory that can explain this phenomenon. I argue that accountability to users and a preference for current political and economic institutions as well as a need to outcompete rivals drives corporations to behave ethically, to better their chances at dominating in the fourth industrial revolution. This interest is best seen at critical junctures because these corporations enjoy an expanded set of choices that allow them the power to influence outcomes.
Type of Material: Princeton University Senior Theses
Language: en
Appears in Collections:Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, 1929-2022

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