Corruption, Crime, Political corruption
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Corruption, Crime, Political corruption


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The three articles analyzed in this paper focus on bribery, as a phenomenon continuously expanded in countries worldwide. Two of the articles the one of Martin, Cullen, Johnson (2007) and the one of Segon and Booth (2010) refer to bribery as a business problem, while the third one this of Hunt and Laszlo (2009) refer to bribery as a social behavior. More specifically, in the study of Martin, Cullen and Johnson (2007) reference is made to the role of cultural influences in the development of bribery as a business practice the empirical research developed on this issue with the participation of 4,000 firms worldwide proved that in certain countries bribery is considered as a business strategy. At the next level, Segon and Booth (2010) review the literature published on corruption and

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