Business Corruption in China

Case Solution

Ali F. Farhoomand, Claudia H. L. Woo
University of Hong Kong ()

It provides an overview of corporate corruption in China and places it in a context that takes into account various political, economic, legal and cultural elements. In particular, it examines the ownership structure and structure of companies in China, identifies sources of corruption, and analyzes the effects of corruption on the country’s social and economic stability. It concludes with a series of recommendations to combat corporate corruption in China.

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