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Firms bribing their way to contracts underperform for up to three years before and after securing the work for which the bribe was paid Research led by Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business…

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Good CEOs are underpaid!

Too many CEOs are paid too little not too much - research in the United States has lessons for the UK too Dr Bang Dang Nguyen, Cambridge Judge Business School Lecturer in Finance, says his research among top CEOs in…

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Mark Gough, Siemens: “Would you tell your mother?” Recovering from corruption

A lot of time, a lot of hard work, but now Siemens has created a first class compliance programme and their competitors are even learning lessons from them. Mark Gough, Deputy Head of Siemens' Compliance Investigations, tells us how they…

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2010 podcast gough would you tell your mother

Sir David Walker, Morgan Stanley: A need for tougher regulation

Some are rich some are poor, some save others spend, but as one part of the global world grows and another shrinks back the traditional power structures between the developed and the developing world are undergoing change and reconfiguration. What…

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What price the CSR budget?

Even Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) budgets need to show a return. Jaideep Prabhu, Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School, and Ardi Kolah of 'Guru in a Bottle', have launched a ground breaking new study…

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Jack Keenan, Grand Cru Consulting: Sustainability and corporate governance

Corporations and governments are having to face up to the new challenges of how to operate in a global business environment where the financial sector is broken and needs fixing, and protecting the environment is a major concern for all.…

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Lies, lies and more lies

Deception in organisations can start with a few 'bad apples' but the rot often spreads much wider and deeper. New research from Dr Stelios C. Zyglidopoulos reveals how apparently good people - churchgoers in Enron's case - can gradually become…

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