When anti-corruption and CSR collide | Ethical Boardroom

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By Bruce Horowitz – President, Center for the Study of Bribery, Extortion and Coercion Situations, and Founding Partner, Paz Horowitz             We tend to assume that ethics and anti-corruption compliance are complementary ingredients in the recipe for good governance. Let us consider whether, in some situations, anti-corruption compliance might violate ethics that are ordinarily seen as virtues. Indeed, whether it might already be harming not only good governance, but also good government. I…

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