Staying in grace: Why some people are immune from scandal – until they’re not (Marco Clemente – The Conversation France)

Marco Clemente, professor of CSR and a member of ICOR, recently published this article on the Conversation France with his co-authors from the US and Canada.

The authors note that not all scandalous acts result in a scandal or produce the same consequences and ask “How can we explain the fact that some prominent figures seem able to resist the consequences of their own behavior, and to be seemingly immune from scandals?”

Read the full article on the Conversation France (Marco Clemente, IÉSEG School of Management; Jo-Ellen Pozner, Santa Clara University et Tim Hannigan, University of Alberta) :