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The Political Aspects of Corruption. Bill Tupman University of Exeter. Overview. Who corrupts? Who is corrupted? How? What conditions facilitate corruption? Corruption and business practice Cultural differences. Who corrupts?. Multinational corporations Organised crime

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the political aspects of corruption

The Political Aspects of Corruption

Bill Tupman

University of Exeter

overview
Overview
  • Who corrupts?
  • Who is corrupted?
  • How?
  • What conditions facilitate corruption?
  • Corruption and business practice
  • Cultural differences
who corrupts
Who corrupts?
  • Multinational corporations
  • Organised crime
  • Government officials
  • Relatives
  • Friends
targets
Targets
  • Personnel
  • Profits
  • Product
  • Process
  • Perimeter
  • Popularity/ public image
  • Plans
who is corrupted
Who is corrupted
  • Underpaid
  • unappreciated
  • underpromoted
  • greedy
  • deviant
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How?
  • Buy my guns and I’ll give you a percentage
  • make a policy decision in my favour
  • don’t offer contracts to open competition
cultural differences
Cultural differences
  • Your “corruption” is my “normal business practice”
  • Your “bribe” is my “mark of respect”
  • Guanxi: networking or insider dealing?
  • Patron-client relations
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