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Anti-corruption compliance was a topic of interest in a limited number of countries ten years ago, but the past decade has seen the emergence of anti-corruption compliance systems in companies across the globe. This Study therefore looks at why companies adopt anti-corruption compliance mechanisms, with an eye towards encouraging more companies (including small- and medium-sized enterprises) to adopt such measures.
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This study forms part of a three-part project on corporate anti-corruption measures to support sustainable business, prepared with the support of the Government of Sweden. The other studies in the project focus on:
- Tackling bribe solicitation using the High-Level Reporting Mechanism for preventing bribery
- Foreign bribery and the role of intermediaries, managers, and gender