CPoIB Special Issue: Critical Perspectives on Corruption

Critical Perspectives on International Business (CPoIB)

Vol. 7, No. 2, 2011

Special Issue: Critical perspectives on corruption

Guest editors: Ed Brown and Jonathan Cloke

Critical perspectives on corruption: an overview

Ed Brown, Jonathan Cloke (pp. 116 - 124)

Keywords: Corruption, Perception, World economy

Article type: Viewpoint

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Capitalism and transparency

Jonathan Murphy (pp. 125 - 141)

Keywords: Capitalist systems, Corruption, World economy

Article type: Research paper

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Numbers, words and KYC: Knowing Your Country and Knowing Your Corruption

Alan Doig (pp. 142 - 158)

Keywords: Business analysis, Corruption, International business

Article type: Research paper

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Of legitimate and illegitimate corruption: Bankruptcies in Nicaragua

Jose Luis Rocha, Ed Brown, Jonathan Cloke (pp. 159 - 176)

Keywords: Bankruptcy, Corruption, Nicaragua

Article type: Research paper

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The looting continues: tax havens and corruption

John Christensen (pp. 177 - 196)

Keywords: Corruption, Financial markets, Offshore investments, Tax havens, Tax planning

Article type: Research paper

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