Ethical distance and difference in Bilateral trade
AbstractIn this paper authors examine if ethical distance and difference between an exporting country and an importing country matter in international trade. Ethics in international trade is important because purchasing, exports, marketing and sales activities are more likely to involve unethical behaviors like bribery and corruption.
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Japan; Ethic; Bilateral trade; international trade; bribery; corruption;
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