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Research Article 'Performing' Bribery in China - Guanxi-Practice, Corruption with a Human Face
This article analyses the entangled relationship between corruption and the so-called guanxi-practice, which is a form of reciprocal conduct that is ubiquitous in China. Unlike most current academic studies on corruption in China which focus on the theme of how the political, economic and social environments have caused corruption at the macro-level, this paper takes a micro-view. It concentrates on how corruption, notably bribery, takes place between a briber and the bribed and challenges the conventional view on the causal relationship between bribery and guanxi-practice.
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Job Posting (Senior) Programme Manager - Private Sector Team
Transparency International (TI) is seeking a Senior Programme Manager/Programme Manager for its private sector team. The position is based at TI’s International Secretariat in Berlin, Germany. The level of appointment will depend on the experience of the selected candidate. TI’s private sector team works to advance private sector integrity and anti-corruption. It engages with companies, international organisations and voluntary initiatives to develop and promote policies and standards for corporate anti-corruption practices. The team has developed and promoted a suite of tools to assist companies to counter corruption and to assess private sector commitments to integrity. The Programme Manager will lead the private sector team in expanding its existing work and developing new initiatives in line with Transparency International’s new Strategy 2015, which prioritises work on and with the private sector.
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2nd National and International Conference on Governance, Fraud, Ethics and Social Responsibility
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3rd Global Conference on Transparency Research HEC
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3rd International Conference on Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets
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Call for Papers text/texmacs 3rd International Conference on Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets
The Global Corporate Governance Forum (GCGF) and the Asian Institute of Corporate Governance (AICG) at Korea University Business School call for papers to be presented at the 3rd International Conference on Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets to be held May 28-29, 2011 in Seoul, Korea. The conference will bring together researchers from around the world investigating the impact of corporate governance on firm performance and economic development, and the role of legal, economic and political institutions in shaping corporate governance systems in emerging markets. The conference will disseminate state of the art research on corporate governance in emerging markets, with the objective of supporting policy advice and practice development. Papers on all aspects of corporate governance are welcome. For a list of conference topics, please see the conference website.
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10th European Corporate Governance Conference
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Research Article D source code A Trio of Perspectives on Corruption: Bias, Speed Money and “Grand Theft Infrastructure”
Drawing upon the freshly expanded World Bank’s Enterprise Survey (ES), Kenny, Klein and Sztajerowska present an original paper examining three themes: corruption measurement pitfalls, corruption as efficient grease, and corruption in infrastructure. The Enterprise Survey now covers 125 countries and provides interesting insights, depicting an alternative picture from Transparency Internaional’s CPI or the World Bank’s Doing Business data – the latter portraying a de jure description of firm's environment, focusing on the institutional background.
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Research Article Octet Stream ACRN Blog: A View from Canada
This blog post deals with corruption in Canada, a country that is commonly viewed as being relatively free from corruption. It suggests that when it comes to private sector corruption, particularly in the case of foreign bribery, Canada still has a long way to go.
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Job Posting Anti-Corruption Advisor/Senior Advisor (Private sector corruption/development/illicit financial flows)
The Chr. Michelsen Institute ( seeks an experienced professional with expertise in anti-corruption and governance to contribute to the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre (
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