What does it mean to sell out? What should we make of the tradeoffs we accept between our personal aspirations and professional successes? At what point do such tradeoffs become ethically problematic? On this episode of the Chicago Booth Review Podcast, columnist and Booth adjunct associate professor John Paul Rollert considers what makes someone a sellout—and whether being one really matters.

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