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Controllers as business partners in managerial decision-making
Purpose The purpose of this study is to examine whether controllers are willing to and/or general managers are expecting them to act as business partners and, hence, to analyze the relatedExpand
Between Corruption, Integration and Culture : the Politics of International Anti-Corruption
Even in the late 1980s, it would have been impossible to publish a whole book on international anti-corruption policies. For decades, fighting corruption at the international level was a non-issueExpand
Concluding remarks : achievements, challenges, and opportunities of small state research
Despite the proliferation of many empirical studies on small states in the last two decades or so, as a group of cases small states clearly remain under-researched (Veenendaal and Corbett 2014).Expand
International Federation Of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations
The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) that represents the interests of national pharmaceuticalExpand
Modernization of the German Anti-Corruption Criminal Law: The Next Steps
“Despite many successes in the anti-corruption movement, […] it must never be forgotten that both in political life and in the economic sphere there are powerful factors prompting and encouragingExpand
Modernization of the German Anti-Corruption Criminal Law by International Legal Provisions
The Gesetz zur Bekämpfung der Korruption (KorrBekG – Anti-Corruption Act), enacted in 1997, was the last measure to improve Germany's anti-corruption criminal law that was solely initiated by GermanExpand
The Impact of Taxes, Transfers, and Subsidies on Inequality and Poverty in Uganda
This paper uses the 2012/13 Uganda National Household Survey to analyze the redistributive effectiveness and impact on poverty and inequality of Uganda’s revenue collection instruments and socialExpand
How mobile money is revolutionising banking in Africa
75% of sub-Saharan adults do not have a formal bank account yet millions of Africans are using mobile phones to pay bills, move cash, and to buy basic everyday items. Mobile money is revolutionisingExpand