Are You Crazy or Is It Just You? Behaviors That Drive Our Decisions on Risk Taking and Ethics
If “being good” and “doing the right thing” were enough, why are there still so many failures in judgment? Why do people take the greatest risks when consequences are the highest? Is the appearance of integrity more valuable than actual integrity? Let’s examine how you, co-workers, and friends make decisions through the lens of ethical dilemmas, behavioral finance, and evolutionary psychology. The key to ethical decision-making and risk assessment is not what you think it is...
Gregory Saliba is Vice President of Capital Pacific Bank and Instructor of Corporate Finance and Investment Management at Portland State University’s School of Business Administration. Previously, he was Vice President of Debt Capital Markets for Piper Jaffray, Inc.
M.B.A., Portland State University (Honors)
M.A., University of Oregon, East Asian Studies
B.A., Whitman College, History (Distinction)
Certified Treasury Professional (CTP)
NASD Series 7 and 66 Securities Licenses
Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan – 1988-89
Awards & Recognition:
2010 Oregon Ethics in Business Award – Individual Award Recipient
2008 "Top Forty Under 40" professionals - Portland Business Journal
2008-09 Leadership Portland program, Portland Business Alliance
2007 Portland Marathon Finisher – Raised funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society