Business against corruption - Chapter 2 C: The power of joining forces – The case for Collective Action in fighting corruption

Authors: 
UNGC
Publication year: 
2006
Publisher: 
UNGC
Abstract: 

In practice, collective action with other companies offers an effective way to create a level playingfield on which to compete and increases the impact on local business practices beyond the capacity of any one company. Knowing that other companies in your sector or location are committed to good practice helps to build mutual con dence and the sustainability of changes in behaviour. 

 

The power of joining forces—The case for collective action in fighting corruption (p. 128-134)

Peter Brew and Jonas Moberg | International Business Leaders Forum

Case story: Integrity pacts (p. 134-142)

Juanita Olaya | Transparency International

Case story: Convention on Business Integrity (p.142-146)

Soji Apampa | SAP Nigeria Ltd

Case story: FIDIC Business Integrity Management System (p.146-152)

Jorge Díaz Padilla | International Federation of Consulting Engineers

Case story: World Economic Forum Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (152-158)

Dr. Christoph Frei and Dr. Valerie Weinzierl | World Economic Forum