Anti-Corruption in Management Research and Business School Classrooms
A volume in the series: Research in Management Education and Development. Editor(s): Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch, Canadian University Dubai. Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris in Qatar. Hamid H. Kazeroony, Walden University.
The book Anti-Corruption in Management Research and Business School Classrooms aims at presenting the topic of anti-corruption activities throughout management research as well as in the process of educating future business leaders and practitioners in business schools in different parts of the globe. Simultaneously the book deepens the topic of anti-corruption in selected cultures and societies.
The volume consists of four parts and includes three themes. The first part is the “Introduction” and subsequent parts are as follows: “Teaching business ethics and anti-corruption—across curriculum and beyond”, “Fostering integrity in higher education”, and “Anti-corruption as a topic of research.”
This book is authored by a range of international scientists and experts in management research and management education, with a diversity of cultural and professional backgrounds. It is therefore believed that this broad experience and expertise will give the readers the new light for the significance of teaching and researching in the area of anti-corruption.
PART I: INTRODUCTION. Can Anti-Corruption Be Taught at All? Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch and Wolfgang Amann. PART II: TEACHING BUSINESS ETHICS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION - ACROSS CURRICULUM AND BEYOND. Teaching Anti-corruption in Accounting at United States Colleges and Universities: The First Step in the Accounting Profession’s Fight against Corruption, Evelyn T. Money. Anti-Corruption in Nonprofit Management Education: Promoting Ethical Capacity through Case Study Analyses, Marco Tavanti and Elizabeth A. Wilp. After the Compliance Comes the Practice: Teaching Business Ethics and Anti-Corruption Research in an AACSB Accredited Business School, Marie dela Rama. Can Universities Teach Anti-Corruption in Business Schools? Unsal Sigri. PART III: FOSTERING INTEGRITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Personal Responsibility and Public Accountability Approach to Anti-corruption Education in Sub-Saharan Africa, Enyonam Canice Kudonoo. Developing an Integrity Diagnostic Tool for the Kingdom of Bhutan, Tay Keong Tan. Corruption and Higher Education: Exploring the Effects of Contextual and Individual Characteristics on Students’ Corruption Perception and Behaviors, Andrea Tomo, Gianluigi Mangia, and Lucio Todisco. PART IV: ANTI-CORRUPTION AS A TOPIC OF RESEARCH. Understanding Corruption? Jaime Barrera Parra and Gustavo González Couture. Tit for Tat - Horizontal Solidarity as a Buffer for Micro Level Corruption in the Framework of the Social Exchange Theory, Yariv Itzkovich and Niva Dolev. Anti-Corruption Initiatives for the Benefit in Research, Science and Technology, Jessica Mendoza Moheno, Martín Aubert Hernández Calzada, and Carla Carolina Pérez Hernández. Perceptual Apparatus and Corruption, Vivek Khanna, and Prabhjot Dutta Khanna. Phoenix Rising from the Ashes of Corruption: Transforming Leadership Through Inner Work, Avraham Cohen, Timothy Timur Tiryaki, and Heesoon Bai.
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