Michael W. Morris
 is the Chavkin-Chang Professor of Leadership in the Management Division of Columbia Business School, and a Professor in the Psychology Department of Columbia University. He is a leading expert on relationships, conflict resolution, decision-making, and creativity, with a special interest in the role of culture. Full bio »

Election Focus

OCTOBER 3, 2016
How Trump and Clinton Could Still Draw Undecideds off the Sidelines
Michael Morris comments on the debates and undecided voters of the 2016 campaign. Morris is a member of the Consortium of Behavioral Scientists, an association of academics bringing insights from the field of behavioral science to the campaign trail.  


OCTOBER 2016
Politics and the Science of Persuasion
John Meroney of Playboy discusses the Consortium of Behavioral Scientists and their role in the 2016 Presidential Election. During the 2012 election season, Michael Morris and a team of fellow academics employed decision science research in consulting with the Obama campaign.  Michael Morris comments on the 2016 campaign and undecided voters. Morris is a member of the Consortium of Behavioral Scientists, an association of academics bringing insights from the field of behavioral science to the campaign trail.  


November 12, 2012
Obama Turns to Behavioral Scientists
After Obama's re-election, Benedict Carey of the  NYTimes explores the role a team of Behavioral Scientists played in the election process. By applying well-researched concepts backed by empirical evidence, Michael Morris and the other members of the "Dream Team" proposed a number of small behavioral changes with big results.



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