Steve Rochlin says many companies are starting to tackle corruption, though they face obstacles such as the free rider problem and variations in the cultural acceptability of corruption. He gives examples of how a more dynamic conception of accountability emerges when an organization sets expectations with a broader range of stakeholders: industry-wide, in local communities, and with the public sector.
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