Publications

Selected Working Papers

Gibson, R., Sohn, M, Tanner, C & Wagner, A. (2021). Earnings management and managerial honesty: The investors’ perspectives. Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper, No. 17-03. http://ssrn.com/abstract=2912795

Gibson, R., Tanner, C., Wagner, A. (2017). How effective are social norm interventions in corporations? Evidence from a laboratory experiment on earnings misrepresentation. Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper, No. 15-01. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2557480

Tanner, C., Linder, S., & Sohn, M. (2021). Moral commitment and corruption: Who is more likely to resist corrupt behavior? http://ssrn.com/abstract=3530305

Selected Articles (chronological order)

Schmocker, D., Tanner, C., Katsarov, J., & Christen, M. (2019). An advanced measure of moral sensitivity in business. European Journal of Psychological Assessment.

Tanner, C., Gangl, K., & Witt, N. (2019). The German Ethical Culture Scale (GECS): Development and first construct. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 1667.

Katsarov, J., Christen, M., Schmocker, D., Tanner, C., & Mauerhofer, R. (2017). Training moral sensitivity through video cames – A review of suitable game mechanisms. Game and Culture, 1-23.

Tanner, C. (2017). Werte und Führung: Werte leben und Werte schaffen, Wirtschaftspsychologie, 1, 71-74.

Dogan, A., Morishima,Y., Heise, F., Tanner, C., Gibson, R., Wagner, A. F., & Tobler, P. N. (2016). Prefrontal connections express individual differences in honesty. Scientific Reports, 6, 1-12.

Tanner, C. (2016). Werte und Führung: Werte leben und Werte schaffen. Wissenswert, 1, 15-21.

Christen, M., Narvaez, D., Tanner, C., & Ott T. (2016). Mapping values: Using thesauruses to reveal semantic structures of cultural moral differences. Cognitive System Research, 40, 59-74.

Stöckli, P. L., & Tanner, C. (2014). Are integrative or distributive outcomes more satisfactory? The effects of interest- versus value-based issues on negotiator satisfaction. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 202-208.

Duc, C., Hanselmann, M., Boesiger, P., & Tanner, C. (2014). Sacred values: Trade-off type matters. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 6(4), 252-263.

Gibson, R., Tanner, C., Wagner, A. (2013). Preferences for truthfulness: Heterogeneity among and within individuals. American Economic Review, 103(1), 532-548.

Tanner, C., Brügger, A., van Schie, S., & Lebherz, C. (2010). Actions speak louder than words: Benefits of ethical behaviors of leaders. Journal of Psychology, 218, 225-233.

Kühberger, A., & Tanner, C. (2010). A test of prospect theory and fuzzy-trace theory in risky choice framing. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 23, 314-329

Ryf, B. & Tanner, C. (2010). Wertkonflikte in Verhandlungen. Perspektive Mediation, 15-19.

Tanner, C. (2009). Geschützte Werte - Fluch oder Segen? Wissenswert, 3, 6-9.

Tanner, C. (2009). To act or not to act: Nonconsequentialism in environmental decision making. Ethics & Behavior, 19, 479-495.

Tanner, C., Ryf, B., & Hanselmann, M. (2009). Geschützte Werte Skala (GWS): Konstruktion und Validierung eines Messinstrumentes. Diagnostica, 55, 174-183.

Tanner, C. (2008). Context effects in environmental judgments: Assimilation and contrast effects in separate and joint evaluation mode. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38, 2759-2786.

Tanner, C., Medin, D.L., & Iliev, R. (2008). Influence of deontological vs. consequentialist orienta-tions on act choices and framing effects: When principles are more important than conse¬quences. European Journal of Social Psychology, 38, 757-769.

Hanselmann, M., & Tanner, C. (2008). Taboos and conflicts in decision making: Sacred values, decision difficulty and emotions. Judgment and Decision Making, 3, 51-63.

Selected Books & Book Chapters (chronological order)

Stimmler, D., & Tanner, C. (2019). Preventing wrongdoing and promoting ethical conduct: An integrated approach to corporate ethical culture. In E. Kirchler & K. Gangl (Eds.). A research agenda for Economic Psychology. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Böhm, G., & Tanner, C. (2019). Environmental risk perception. In L. Steg, A.E. van den Berg, & J.I.M. de Groot (Eds.). Environmental Psychology: An Introduction (2nd edition) (pp.15-25). West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell.

Gibson, R., Tanner, C., & Wagner, A. (2016). Protected values and economic decision making. In D. Sander & T. Brosch (Eds). Handbook of Value (pp. 223-241). Oxfort: Oxford University Press.

Christen, M., van Schaik, C., Fischer, J., Huppenbauer, M., Tanner, C, & (2014). Empirically informed ethics: Morality between facts and norms. Berlin: Springer.

Tanner, C., & Christen, M. (2014). Moral Intelligence: A framework for understanding moral competences. In M. Christen, C. van Schaik, J. Fischer, M. Huppenbauer, & C. Tanner & (Eds.). Empirically Informed Ethics: Morality between Facts and Norms (pp. 119-136). Berlin: Springer.

Huppenbauer, M., & Tanner, C. (2014). Ethical Leadership: Integration of empirical and ethical dimensions. In M. Christen, C. van Schaik, J. Fischer, M. Huppenbauer, & C. Tanner (Eds.). Empirically informed ethics: Morality between facts and norms (pp. 239-254). Berlin: Springer. (peer reviewed)

Tanner, C. (2011). Geschützte Werte, Emotionen und moralische Entscheidungen. In P. Aerni & K.-J. Grün (Hrsg.). Moral und Angst: Erkenntnisse aus Moralpsychologie und politischer Theologie (S. 117-129). Göttingen: Vandehoeck & Ruprecht.

Tanner, C., Berkowitsch, N., Gibson, R. & Wagner, A. (2010). Sacred values and ethical decision making. In E.H. Witte & T. Gollan (Hrsg.). Sozialpsychologie und Ökonomie. Beiträge des 25. Hamburger Symposiums zur Methodologie der Sozialpsychologie (S. 112-125). Lengerich: Pabst.

Tanner, C., & Hausmann, D. (2009). Protected values. In M.W. Kattan (Ed.) Encyclopedia of medical decision making (pp. 74-77). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Tanner, C. (2008). Zur Rolle von Geschützten Werten bei Entscheidungen. In E.H. Witte (Hrsg.), Sozialpsychologie und Werte. Beiträge des 23. Hamburger Symposiums zur Methodologie der Sozialpsychologie (S. 172-188). Lengerich: Pabst.