Buy Bribes or Bye-Bye Bribes: The Future Status of Bribery in International Commerce

Business Ethics Quarterly 14 (4):695-711 (2004)
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Abstract

Bribery in international business has become a priority concern among business, government, and community leaders. While discussions among philosophers often emphasize the ethical justification for banning bribery, policy-makers around the world are challenging it on the basis of its effects for economic development. In this paper we define bribery, trace recent efforts by the public, private, and civil society sectors to curb it, and attempt to answer the question: Will bribery become less common?

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