Culture Corrupts: The Impact of Organizational Silence

Today I welcome Organizational Psychologist Jamie-Lee Campbell to a Q & A. Please note that the interview with Jamie-Lee is quite extensive, so today I am posting a consolidated portion of our discussion, with some minor edits. If you are interested in the entire interview, without edits,  I am pleased to make the PDF available […]

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Anti-Bribery Compliance in Canada: An Interview with Kristine Robidoux

Today we welcome Kristine Robidoux, Partner, Gowlings, for a view of anti-bribery and compliance issues from Canada. RB: Hello Kristine, thank you for joining me in today’s interview, as we try to share some of the issues confronting individual’s and corporations who are subject to Canadian anti-corruption laws. But first, perhaps you share some of your […]

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Q & A with Sarah Chayes: Author, “Thieves of State.” The ‘Odorless Gas’ of Corruption.

Today is part II of my interview with Sarah Chayes, Author, Thieves of State, Why Corruption: Threatens Global Security (www.thievesofstate.com). This week I am particularly excited about my post, as on Tuesday, February 10th, I will have the pleasure to Sarah’s speaking engagment  at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, Yale University. For those who might have […]

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Oil, Gas and Compliance: The ‘Deep Blue Sea’ of Corruption

In Thieves of State, author Sarah Chayes (part two of my interview with Sarah will appear next week) defines the ‘resource curse,’ as where “valuable raw materials are discovered in a country lacking robust institutional safeguards, and the “rents” these resources produce rupture any contract between rulers and ruled.” She focuses on the Nigerian example, […]

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