Edited by Ronald J. Burke and Cary L. Cooper
Corruption in organizations is creating an increasing number of victims and causing huge costs. This timely book brings together international researchers who address the causes and consequences of corruption in organizations and the action needed to reduce levels of corruption worldwide.
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- Research Companion to Corruption in Organizations
- Introduction: Corruption in Organizations: Causes, Consequences and Choices
- Chapter 1: Greed
- Chapter 2: Individual and Organizational Antecedents of Misconduct in Organizations: What do we (believe that we) know, and on what bases do we (believe that we) know it?
- Chapter 3: Research on Corruption and Unethical Behavior in Organizations: The Use of Conjoint Analysis
- Chapter 4: The Escalation of Corruption in Organizations
- Chapter 5: Labour Relations and Ethical Dilemmas of Extractive MNEs in Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia
- Chapter 6: On the Corruption of Scientists: The Influence of Field, Environment, and Personality
- Chapter 7: A Comparative Perspective on Corruption: Kantian, Utilitarian or Virtue?
- Chapter 8: Ethical Leadership
- Chapter 9: Corruption, Outrage and Whistleblowing
- Chapter 10: Organizational Responses to Allegations of Corporate Corruption
- Chapter 11: Reducing Employee Theft: Weighing the Evidence on Intervention Effectiveness
- Chapter 12: Corporate Ethical Codes as a Vehicle of Reducing Corruption in Organizations
- Chapter 13: Transparency International: Global Franchising and the War of Information Against Corruption
- Chapter 14: Canadian Corporate Corruption
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