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Author Stanley, Karlyn D., author.

Title Business bribery risk assessment / Karlyn D. Stanley, Elvira N. Laredo, Nicholas Burger, Jeremy N.V. Miles, Clinton W. Saloga.

Published Santa Monica, Calif. : Rand Corporation, [2014]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (x, 65 pages) : color map
Series Books at JSTOR Open Access
Notes "RR-839-TII."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 63-65).
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Development of the business bribery risk index -- 3. Results -- 4. Conclusion -- Appendix A: Stakeholder interviews -- Appendix B: Outline of domains, subdomains, and data sources -- Appendix C: Statistical model methodology -- Appendix D: Results -- Appendix E: List of reviewed data sources -- Appendix F: TRACE matrix country rankings.
Preface -- Figure and Tables -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- 1. Introduction: A. Defining the Business Bribery Risk Addressed in This Report -- B. Businesses Have Inadequate Measures to Assess the Business Risk of Bribery of Foreign Officials -- C. As Global Business Expands, So Do Risks and Costs Related to Non-Compliance -- D. Development of the New Indicators and TRACE Matrix -- E. Guide to the Report -- 2. Development of the Business Bribery Risk Index: A. Measuring Corruption and Governance -- B.A Conceptual Model of Business Bribery Risk -- C. Data Sources and Selection Methodology -- D. Statistical Model Construction -- 3. Results: A. Overall Risk Index Results -- B. Guide to the Country Risk Scores -- 4. Conclusion: Appendix A: Stakeholder Interviews -- Appendix B: Outline of Domains, Subdomains, and Data Sources -- Appendix C: Statistical Model Methodology -- Appendix D: Results -- Appendix E: List of Reviewed Data Sources -- Appendix F: TRACE Matrix Country Rankings -- Bibliography.
Summary "Businesses operating overseas have inadequate tools for assessing business bribery risk and their potential risk of violating various anti-corruption laws. This report introduces a new index, the TRACE Matrix, for business bribery risk assessment. The index provides a quick and useful guide for businesses operating overseas based on a conceptual model of bribery risk and supported by data specific to firms"--Publisher's description.
Other author Loredo, Elvira N., author.
Burger, Nicholas, author.
Miles, Jeremy, 1968- author.
Saloga, Clinton W., author.
Global Risk and Security Center (Rand Corporation), issuing body.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Corporations -- Corrupt practices.
International business enterprises -- Corrupt practices.
Risk assessment.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780833089373 (electronic bk.)
0833089374 (electronic bk.)