This note focuses on corruption in international business. It defines corruption, outlines the international laws governing bribery and corruption, and includes caselets that challenge students to put themselves in the shoes of high-profile decision makers who need to balance the ethical, legal, and practical nature of potentially corrupt situations. This note can be used with its counterpart, Corruption in International Business (B).
Note on Corruption in International Business (A)
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After reading and discussing the material, students should:
- To present students with the legal definition of corruption;
- To introduce students to the complexities of corruption from multiple perspectives;
- To personalize the issues and cause students to reflect on how they would act in different situations;
- To make students aware of how classmates legitimately differ in how they approach these issues;
- To familiarize students with the various approaches to combating corruption.