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Professor David De Cremer

Former KPMG Professor of Management Studies, Judge Business School

David De Cremer is an Associate Editor of the Academy of Management Annals and has been a member on the editorial boards of, among others, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision ProcessesJournal of ManagementSocial InfluenceSocial Justice ResearchLeadership Quarterly

He teaches at the MBA, EMBA and executive level, with a specific focus on organizational behavior, corporate social responsibility and ethics, contemporary issues in leadership, trust as a business asset, negotiations and decision making. He provided consultancy to companies like, among others, Novartis, Barclays, KPMG, AB Inbev, Solvay, IBM, Rabobank, ING, Cisco, Bayer, DSM, and Huawei.

He has edited several academic books on the following topics: "Social psychology and economics", "Advances in the psychology of justice and affect", "Psychological perspectives on ethical behavior and decision making", "Social psychology and organizations", and "Behavioral business ethics: Shaping an emerging field". In addition, he has also written popular books on "When good people do bad things: On the psychology behind the financial crisis", "Making negotiations predictable: What science tells us?" and "The proactive leader: How to overcome procrastination and be a bold decision maker". 

His recent work has been discussed, among others, in the Scientific American, Bloomberg NewsThe EconomistForbesThe Financial TimesWall Street JournalCBS Money Watch, and Psychology Today. He has written opinion pieces for economic newspapers and magazines (e.g. The Financial Times) and in 2009-2010 he was named the most influential economist in the Netherlands (Top 40 of economists).