segunda-feira, 7 de outubro de 2013

Member of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board

«Education (...) must be broadly defined to include moral and ethical behaviors and good decisionmaking. There is plenty of evidence that such behaviors pay an ample reward to the individuals who make them and, unfortunately, the absence of such behaviors extracts a cost, potentially from all of us.»
Roger W. Ferguson Jr., Economics and Ethical Behaviors, Sidwell Friends School, Washington D.C., May 22, 2004.