The Normalization of Corruption

J.S. Nelson, The Normalization of Corruption, 25 Journal of Management Inquiry 5, 1 (Special Issue on Corruption, Management and Organizations), (2016)

11 Pages Posted: 23 Nov 2016

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J.S. Nelson

Villanova Law School; Villanova School of Business; The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; Institute for Corruption Studies

Date Written: November 18, 2016

Abstract

This article weaves together concepts and arguments from law, behavioral ethics, and management to explain the spread of systemic wrongdoing at the levels of individuals, companies, and across industries.

Keywords: behavioral theory, business and government/political economy, law, corporate social responsibility, ethics, corporate culture

Suggested Citation

Nelson, Josephine, The Normalization of Corruption (November 18, 2016). J.S. Nelson, The Normalization of Corruption, 25 Journal of Management Inquiry 5, 1 (Special Issue on Corruption, Management and Organizations), (2016), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2873939

Josephine Nelson (Contact Author)

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