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    Sep Arkani & Robin Theobald (2005). Corporate Involvement in Human Rights: Is It Any of Their Business? Business Ethics 14 (3):190-205.
  2. Sep Arkani & Robin Theobald (2005). Corporate Involvement in Human Rights: Is It Any of Their Business? Business Ethics: A European Review 14 (3):190-205.
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    Robin Theobald (2002). Should the Payment of Bribes Overseas Be Made Illegal? Business Ethics 11 (4):375–384.
    In a recent contribution to this journal Professor A. Argandona explored the general characteristics of corruption and their implications for the corporate sector. Against this background this paper examines one specific form of corruption: the payment of bribes usually by agents of private firms to civil servants and politicians overseas. The paper focuses specifically upon current attempts by western states to criminalise overseas bribery and the problems such efforts are likely to face. Emphasising the centrality of the demand for corrupt (...)
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  4. Robin Theobald (2002). Should the Payment of Bribes Overseas Be Made Illegal? Business Ethics: A European Review 11 (4):375-384.
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