Corruption

How to fight corruption most effectively by carefully studying the context

Corruption, nepotism or bribery according to many countries' norms are still standard in other parts of the world. Image: Unsplash/Cytonn Photography

Maral Muratbekova-Touron

Professor of Management, ESCP Business School

Camilla Lee Park

Associate Professor of Management, EDC Paris Business School

Mauro Fracarolli Nunes

Associate Professor of Management, EDC Paris Business School

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Maral Muratbekova-Touron, Professor of Management, ESCP Business School | Camila Lee Park, Associate Professor of management, EDC Paris Business School | Mauro Fracarolli Nunes, Associate Professor of Management, EDC Paris Business School

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