The United Nations Convention Against Corruption and its Impact on International Companies
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- Argandoña, Antonio, 2006. "The United Nations convention against corruption and its impact on international companies," IESE Research Papers D/656, IESE Business School, revised 12 Oct 2006.
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Keywordsbribery; convention against corruption; corruption; extortion; international business; United Nations;
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