Authors: Philip Armstrong
May 2008
Publication:
Global Corporate Governance Forum, World Bank
As part of the learning and innovation process to leverage governance as an effective anti-corruption tool, the Global Corporate Governance Forum and the Center for International Private Enterprise conducted an international consultation to examine the role of the private sector in combating corruption through effective business ethics and corporate governance mechanisms. The proceedings report of this consultation identifies an ample menu of lessons, challenges, and mechanisms that are being put in place by companies to not only mitigate the sources of corruption, but also to build ethical business organizations.
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