Type: School event

Accepting corruption: What role do Machiavellianism and rationalization play?

Speaker

Aram Simonyan, International Scientific Educational Center, National Academy of Sciences, Armenia

Date & Time

Sep 10, 2018, 11:30 am-1:00 pm EDT

Despite the increasing number of anti-corruption campaigns, corruption is still a considerable challenge in many countries around the globe. We examine the link between personal characteristics and the propensity to accept corrupt behavior. In particular, we aim at illuminating how Machiavellianism and rationalization are linked to the attitude of a person towards corrupt practices. The empirical analysis is based on the responses of 174 internationally active business professionals.

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