Dr Lisa Shu studies the architecture of morality and examines the precursors and consequences of ethical decision-making. Bringing together ‘lab’ theory and field practice, she investigates the psychological costs of unethical behaviour. Dr Shu proposes new interventions in a social context, to avoid the negative costs of dishonesty.
Her tested strategies promote ethical decision-making for the long-term by identifying moral nudges that can be effective on a global, and culturally diverse, scale.
Outside of London Business School she is Editorial Board Member of the Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes journal. Prior to joining the School, Dr Shu was Visiting Assistant Professor, Management and Organisations, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern.
Dr Shu’s work has been published widely in journals such as: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.