Anti-Corruption as Strategic CSR: A Call to Action for Corporations
Report from ERC (Ethics Resource Center), May 2009
This paper is a call to action for business to embrace anti-corruption as strategic corporate social responsibility (CSR) – moving beyond risk mitigation toward proactively solving social problems critical to the business. With a particular focus on the developing world, it suggests that corporations can build on existing models for compliance and collective action and take a greater leadership role in the broader anti-corruption effort. Just as top corporations have staked out proactive positions on other social issues, such as child labor and the environment, it’s time for anti-corruption to become part of companies’ CSR missions.
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Voicing Values, Finding Answers- Mary C. Gentile
Why do business schools find it so difficult to integrate ethics into the curriculum. Although stand alone business ethics courses are unquestionably important, the topic becomes marginalized if ethics issues are not also integrated into core courses.