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Teaching Anticorruption by Hans Krause Hansen, Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch

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CHAPTER 2

Promoting Ethical Behavior in India: An Examination of the Giving Voice to Values (GVV) Approach1

Ranjini Swamy and Jodi Detjen

Abstract

Corruption and ethical concerns abound in developing economies. In their 2012 annual ranking, Transparency International rated India 36 on a 100-point scale, indicating that corruption remains high across most sectors of business and government.2 Containing corruption requires institutional and legislative reform; it also needs a public that is willing to voice its concern about corruption and hold decision-makers accountable for corrupt behavior. This is a challenge, given India’s culture of moderate collectivism and high power distance.

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