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Final Remarks

Manuel Branco

Chapter Chapter 7 in Corporate Social Responsibility, the Fight Against Corruption and Tax Behaviour, 2021, pp 127-133 from Springer

Abstract: Abstract This final chapter serves to emphasise the idea that one cannot address corporate corruption and irresponsible tax behaviour without also addressing a broad range of other practices that also pertain to the interface between politics and business, ranging from the revolving door phenomenon to lobbying. Such practices are inextricably linked with corruption and tax avoidance.

Keywords: Corporate social responsibility; Corporate political activity; Fight against corruption; Institutional corruption; Responsible tax behaviour (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-63735-7_7

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