Fighting Corruption in Asia: Causes, Effects and Remedies By John Kidd, Frank-Jurgen Richter
Publisher: World Scientific | ISBN: 9812382429 | edition 2003 | PDF | 420 pages | 4,87 mb
Fundamental changes within economies are needed to create arm’s-length relations between governments, corporations, and banks. We are taking risks when investing in the future, and risk-taking demands openness and truthfulness from the agents we employ. If investors and accountants can concur on the degree of disclosure that is morally right we may come to some global agreement on what constitutes corruption — but to do this we have to bring together those who advocate profit-making with those who see this as usury; and we have to care for the future in novel ways — unknown in the past – so as to allow firms to be locally inefficient (apparently) while preserving the environment.
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