Bribery in international markets: Diagnosis, clarification and remedy [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 4 (6):447 - 455 (1985)

This essay ranges widely, using selected ideas from microeconomics, ethics, and elementary game theory in an effort to gain some understanding of the controversial issue of bribery in international markets. Its goal is partial charification of the issue and increased awareness of alternative remedy strategies.
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