This chapter takes the typical form of a scientific paper based on an empirical study: Introduction, Method, Results and Discussion. The chapter aims to contribute in several ways to the growing body of knowledge on organizational corruption. The core purpose is to assess the plausibility of a causal relationship between organizational anti-corruption measures, bonus culture and corruption within the context of organizations. To my knowledge, this is the first study to make an attempt at determining if there might be a causal relationship between these variables within an organizational context. Knowledge about the degree to which organizational measures and a bonus culture are responsible for the level of organizational corruption is not only important from a scientific point of view but also has the potential to aid the development of more effective anti-corruption interventions.
|Title of host publication||Corruption in Commercial Enterprise|
|Subtitle of host publication||Law, Theory and Practice|
|Publisher||CRC, Taylor and Francis|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 17 Apr 2018|