volume 32, issue 4/5, P445-462 2017
DOI: 10.1108/maj-03-2016-1342
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Mohammad I. Azim, Kuang Sheng, Meropy Barut

Abstract: Purpose Combatting corruption is an important social and commercial issue in most human societies. Many researchers have revealed how an effective anti-corruption practice can possibly minimise corruption in an organisation. However, studies focusing on organisations which are relatively successful in managing corruption at the employee level are relatively rare. On this note, this study aims to focus on Grameen Bank in particular, a Nobel-Prize-winning microfinance institute that was able to minimise its lev…

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