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The Normalization of Corruption
Journal of Management Inquiry special issue on Corruption, Management and Organizations (2016)
  • J.S. Nelson
This article weaves together concepts and arguments from law, behavioral ethics, and management to explain the spread of systemic wrongdoing at the levels of individuals, companies, and across industries. 
  • behavioral theory,
  • businessand government/political economy,
  • law,
  • corporate social responsibility,
  • ethics,
  • corporate culture
Publication Date
November 18, 2016
Publisher Statement
Published in the November 2016 Special Issue of Journal of Management Inquiry: Corruption, Management and Organizations, SAGE Publications Inc.

Guest Editors: Paul Hirsch (Northwestern), Pablo Martin de Holan (EMLyon), Nelson Phillips (Imperial College London), Stelios Zyglidopoulos (University of Glasgow)
Citation Information
J.S. Nelson (2016). The normalization of corruption. Journal of Management Inquiry (Special Issue on Corruption, Management and Organizations), 25, 1-7.