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Korupcja w biznesie międzynarodowym a zachowania przedsiębiorstw - przegląd wybranej literaturu

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Corruption in international business and corporate behaviour - a review o selected literature
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Chociaż korupcja rzadko jest uważana za czynnik rozwoju gospodarczego, w sposób znaczący wpływa na krajową i zagraniczną działalność przedsiębiorstw. Akceptacja zachowań korupcyjnych, próba ich zwalczania lub ich aktywne wykorzystywanie stanowią przejawy zachowań przedsiębiorstw względem korupcji. Problem korupcji pozostaje zagadnieniem aktualnym, gdyż jako jeden z kluczowych czynników determinujących stabilność otoczenia inwestycyjnego kraju goszczącego, w znacznej mierze determinuje formy wejścia przedsiębiorstw na rynki zagraniczne.
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While corruption is rarely considered to be a determinant of economic growth, its influence on the operations of domestic and international companies is significant. Accepting corruption and trying to combat it or exploit it are common attitudes companies display towards this phenomenon. The problem of corruption is a topical issue because it is one of the key determinants of stability in the investment environment in a host country, which to a large extent determines the forms of entry for enterprises into foreign markets.
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu
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