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2010 | nr 1 | 105--124
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Orienting business students to navigate the shoals of corruption in practice

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Wood, Logsdon, Lewellyn, & Davenport (2006) used the term "global business citizenship" to describe the thought processes and actions that they hope would be represented by future managers. The great challenge of vastly reducing the large-scale corruption that plagues our world actually is energizing. In places where corruption is worst, the opportunities for reducing it are all the greater. Also, the concern for addressing imminent environmental catastrophe and the green movement bolster a culture of social responsibility and business integrity among young business students and practitioners. Thus, it is ultimately an optimistic posture that indeed corruption can be mitigated by extensive ethical education of business people and, more broadly people in all professions.
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