Conflitto di interessi nelle organizzazioni produttive
The term “conflict of interest” (CoI) is used in many different and often inconsistent ways, both by scholars and practitioners. CoI could be a serious problem and may lead to corrupt practices if it is not managed properly. CoI is still sometimes viewed as similar to corruption. But CoI cannot be considered as a crime. For that reason there is a need to improve and clarify the concept of CoI in order to better resolve it when it cannot be avoided.
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Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 3 (JULY-SEPTEMBER)
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