Teaching Anticorruption

Book description

Over the past few years there has been a surge of interest in discussing how business schools help students learn about “anti corruption”—how it develops and is directly linked to the practices of businesses today. The increased interest in knowing what exactly constitutes anti corruption practices, and how such practices can become meaningfully integrated in the organizational life of companies, is where this book comes to life To help you develop an empirical and theoretical platform for rethinking business school curricula, or strategize within your own company (with a specific view to understanding and meaningfully confronting the challenges of corruption), this book will… • offer examples of new tools, teaching methods, and case studies for anti corruption teaching; • explore and discuss how particular approaches, such as Giving Voice to Values, may be used worldwide for teaching anticorruption; and • explore and discuss how curricula can be streamlined and rejuvenated in order to ensure a high level of integrity in the worlds of business

Table of contents

  1. Cover
  2. Half Title
  3. Title Page
  4. Copyright
  5. Abstract
  6. Contents
  7. List of Contributors
  8. About the Editors and Authors
  9. Acknowledgments
  10. Introduction
  11. Part I Teaching Anti-Corruption—A Worldwide Kaleidoscope
    1. Chapter 1 Alleviating the Malady of Low Ethical Awareness Using PRME as a Tonic Lesson from Europe
    2. Chapter 2 Promoting Ethical Behavior in India: An Examination of the Giving Voice to Values (GVV) Approach
    3. Chapter 3 Business Ethics Education in Brazil: Pedagogical Solutions for Combating Corruption in Brazil
    4. Chapter 4 Business Schools as Agents of Change: Addressing Systemic Corruption in the Arab World
  12. Part II Ensuring Dignity Thought Business Ethics Education
    1. Chapter 5 Empowering Learners to Behave Ethically: How Learners Can Find Their Way to Treat Others with Dignity?
    2. Chapter 6 Learner Autonomy, Moral Agency and Ancient Virtues: A Curative Constellation for the Treatment of Corruption in Modern Workplaces
    3. Chapter 7 Integrating Anti-Corruption Teaching and Research in Management Education: A Framework for Giving Voice to Values (GVV) Based Approach
  13. Part III Anti-Corruption Teaching Across Curriculum and Beyond
    1. Chapter 8 The Cultural Dimensions of Corruption: Integrating National Cultural Differences in the Teaching of Anti-Corruption in Public Service Management Sector
    2. Chapter 9 Understanding and Reducing Business Corruption Through Movies and World Wide Web Videos
    3. Chapter 10 Applying a Religious Lens to Ethical Decision-Making: My Ten Commandments of Character for the Workplace Exercise
  14. Part IV Teaching Anti-Corruption Effectively
    1. Chapter 11 Testing the Effectiveness of Innovative Teaching Tools to Train Anti-Corruption Students
  15. Notes
  16. References
  17. Index
  18. Endorsements
  19. Ad Page
  20. Backcover

Product information

  • Title: Teaching Anticorruption
  • Author(s): Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch
  • Release date: September 2013
  • Publisher(s): Business Expert Press
  • ISBN: 9781606494714