Combating Corruption in Africa through Institutional Entrepreneurship: Peering in from Business-government Relations

@inproceedings{Liedong2017CombatingCI,
  title={Combating Corruption in Africa through Institutional Entrepreneurship: Peering in from Business-government Relations},
  author={Tahiru Azaaviele Liedong},
  year={2017}
}
Corruption remains a significant barrier to the socio-economic development of Africa, despite efforts by various local, national and international stakeholders to combat it. Mishra and Maiko (2017), in their article which was published in Africa Journal of Management, suggest that business schools could serve as institutions of change by incorporating student-elder partnerships in their curricula to develop ethical business leaders who will help fight corruption. In this article, I respond to… CONTINUE READING

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