Netta Barak-Corren
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Is saving lives your task or God’s? Religiosity, belief in god, and moral judgment
N Barak-Corren, MH Bazerman
Judgment and Decision Making 12 (3), 280-296, 2017
Veil-of-ignorance reasoning mitigates self-serving bias in resource allocation during the COVID-19 crisis
K Huang, RM Bernhard, N Barak-Corren, MH Bazerman, JD Greene
Judgment and Decision Making 16 (1), 1-19, 2021
If you’re going to do wrong, at least do it right: Considering two moral dilemmas at the same time promotes moral consistency
N Barak-Corren, CJ Tsay, F Cushman, MH Bazerman
Management Science 64 (4), 1528-1540, 2018
Curbing adult student attrition: Evidence from a field experiment
R Chande, M Luca, M Sanders, XZ Soon, O Borcan, N Barak Corren, ...
Harvard Business School NOM Unit Working Paper, 2015
Religious Exemptions Increase Discrimination toward Same-Sex Couples: Evidence from Masterpiece Cakeshop
N Barak-Corren
The Journal of Legal Studies 50 (1), 75-110, 2021
False negotiations: The art and science of not reaching an agreement
E Glozman, N Barak-Corren, I Yaniv
Journal of conflict resolution 59 (4), 671-697, 2015
Bidirectional legal socialization and the boundaries of law: The case of enclave communities’ compliance with COVID‐19 regulations
N Barak‐Corren, L Perry‐Hazan
Journal of Social Issues 77 (2), 631-662, 2021
A License to Discriminate? The Empirical Consequences and Normative Implications of Religious Exemptions
N Barak Corren
Forthcoming, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review (CR-CL) 56 (2 …, 2021
The provocative effect of law: Majority nationalism and minority discrimination
N Barak‐Corren, Y Feldman, N Gidron
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 15 (4), 951-986, 2018
Beyond dissent and compliance: Religious decision makers and secular law
N Barak-Corren
Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 6 (2), 293-322, 2017
Does Antidiscrimination Law Influence Religious Behavior: An Empirical Examination
N Barak-Corren
Hastings LJ 67, 957, 2015
Behavioral responsive regulation: Bringing together responsive regulation and behavioral public policy
N Barak‐Corren, Y Kariv‐Teitelbaum
Regulation & Governance 15, S163-S182, 2021
Taking conflicting rights seriously
N Barak-Corren
Vill. L. Rev. 65, 259, 2020
Examining the effects of antidiscrimination laws on children in the foster care and adoption systems
N Barak‐Corren, Y Kan‐Tor, N Tebbe
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 19 (4), 1003-1066, 2022
Regulating for integration by behavioral design: An evidence‐based approach for culturally responsive regulation
N Barak‐Corren
Regulation & Governance 16 (4), 1079-1100, 2022
Personal decisions, public consequences: on distinguishing between the vaccinated and the Non-Vaccinated in coronavirus management
N Barak Corren, D Enoch, D Heyd, O Malcai, M Shur-Ofry
Hebrew University of Jerusalem Legal Research Paper, 2021
How should we allocate scarce medical resources
MH Bazerman, R Bernhard, J Greene, K Huang, N Barak-Corren
Harvard Business Review, 2020
What's in a Name? The Disparate Effects of Identifiability on Offenders and Victims of Sexual Harassment
N Barak‐Corren, D Lewinsohn‐Zamir
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 16 (4), 955-1000, 2019
Majority Nationalism Laws and the Equal Citizenship of Minorities: Experimental, Panel, and Cross-Sectional Evidence from Israel
N Barak-Corren, N Gidron, Y Feldman
The Journal of Legal Studies 51 (2), 371-401, 2022
Noncompliance with the law as institutional maintenance at ultra‐religious schools
L Perry‐Hazan, N Barak‐Corren, G Nachmani
Regulation & Governance 18 (2), 612-636, 2024
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