Cases of Official and Unofficial Business Practices: Examples from Australia, Germany, UK, South Africa, Russia and Pakistan
The authors of this chapter illustrate their case study of international corporate bribery and corruption with examples from the six countries identified in the title. Their central argument is the need for discretionary leadership morality.
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