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"Integrity Risks in the Public-Private Interface Egypt Research Conference on Integrity "
We are delighted to invite you to the Egypt Research Conference on Integrity.
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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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Call for Papers C header 1st Global Conference on Transparency Research
The purpose of the conference is to bring together scholars from a wide range of fields including sociology, anthropology, political science, public administration, economics, political economy, journalism, business, and law who study issues of governmental transparency. This is the first large meeting of its kind to bring together leading scholars from throughout the world to collectively advance our understanding of the impact and implications of transparency policies that involve governments, either directly or indirectly. This includes policies on access to information held by and about governments, transparency relationships between government entities, transparency relationships between governments and private and nonprofit entities, and access to information held by government about individuals. We are interested in learning about the effects of these policies and the processes around which they are developed and implemented.
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1st International Conference on International Relations and Development
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1st International Conference on Governance for Sustainable Development of Caribbean Small Island Developing States
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Call for Papers C header 2nd International Conference on Business and Economic Research
Theoretical and empirical papers in all areas of Accounting, Banking, Economics, Finance, Management and Marketing are invited for the above International Conference. Please refer to the Major Field of Research. All papers will undergo double blind peer review process and all accepted papers will be published in the Refereed Conference Proceedings with an ISBN. "Best Paper Winners" will be selected from a block papers in each track and winners will receive a certificate and their papers will be considered to be published in the "Journal of Global Business and Economics" subject to compliance to their guidelines and conditions. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 31 January 2011 and full paper submission deadline is 19 Feburary 2011.
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2nd International Conference on Business and Economic Research - 2nd ICBER 2011
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3rd Global Conference on Transparency Research HEC
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6th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference: Global Transformations and Local Mobility
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Call for Papers 6th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference: Global Transformations and Local Mobility
The aim of the conference is to come to a synergistic understanding of the theories developed around the idea of globalisation and the impact this phenomenon has had on communities around the world. Of particular concern are issues related to the experiences and dilemmas created within a global context - How have macro level flows of capital and production, of skills and labor, and of ideas and ideologies impacted upon the decision making capabilities of national and international level actors? How do the financial and political institutions of the state respond to changes in the processes and mechanisms of governance? What are the human consequences of such macro level changes in terms of the lived reality of individuals and civic engagement at the local level? Date of submission of abstracts: 31st of October 2010. Dates of the conference: 25 - 27 March 2011.
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