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2012 | 1(84) | 51-62
Article title

Wirusowy charakter korupcji – czy organizacja może zarazić się korupcją?

Title variants
EN
The Viral Character of Corruption: Can an Organization By Infected by Corruption?
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
This paper seeks to expand on the idea that corruption is not simply a single–company phenomenon, but that it can spread across companies within networks. Ashforth and Anand’s model of three pillars of normalized corruption and contagion theory are used to provide a means by which contamination of corruption across companies may occur.
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Pages
51-62
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Contributors
  • Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Organization and Management, Department of Management and Marketing, Poland
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