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Comprehensive Anti Corruption Guidelines for Curriculum Change

Comprehensive Anti Corruption Guidelines for Curriculum Change

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Anti-corruption guidelines (“Toolkit”)
for MBA curriculum change
July 2012

A project by the Anti-Corruption Working Group of the
Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative,
United Nations Global Compact
Anti-corruption guidelines (“Toolkit”)
for MBA curriculum change
July 2012

A project by the Anti-Corruption Working Group of the
Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative,
United Nations Global Compact

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Anti-
corruption guidelines (“Toolkit”)
 for MBA curriculum changeJuly 2012A project by the Anti-CorruptionWorking Group of the
Principles for Responsible ManagementEducation (PRME) initiative,United Nations Global Compact
 
 
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Contents
Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................... 3Overview ........................................................................................................................................................... 4How to Use this Toolkit ..................................................................................................................................... 81. Core Concepts ............................................................................................................................................. 92. Economics, Market Failure and Professional Dilemmas........................................................................... 163. Legislation, Control by Law, Agency and Fiduciary Duty .......................................................................... 184. Why Corruption: Behavioral Issues .......................................................................................................... 215. Conflicts of Interest .................................................................................................................................. 276. International Standards and Supply Chain ............................................................................................... 337. Managing Anti-Corruption Issues ............................................................................................................. 478. Functional Area and Anti-Corruption Issues ............................................................................................. 589. Truth and Disclosure ................................................................................................................................. 6810. Whistle Blowing ........................................................................................................................................ 7111. The Developing Global Anti-Corruption Regime ...................................................................................... 7312. Learning Methods ..................................................................................................................................... 9313. FAQ ......................................................................................................................................................... 121Contributor Biographies ................................................................................................................................ 131
 
 
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Foreword
The mission of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative is to inspire andchampion responsible management education, research and thought leadership globally. The PRME areinspired by internationally accepted values such as the principles of the United Nations Global Compact.They seek to establish a process of continuous improvement among institutions of management educationin order to develop a new generation of business leaders capable of managing the complex challengesfaced by business and society in the 21st. century.While many initiatives have committed themselves to participation in responsible management, practicaltools relevant to such practices, in particular at the academic level, are still emerging. To that effect, thePRME in collaboration with the UN Global Compact, have set up an academic Anti-corruption WorkingGroup for a four-year project to integrate anti-corruption values into core curricula of leading businessschools. The project aims at promoting ethical decision-making and anti-corruption competencies at thepost-baccalaureate level by offering business schools and management-related academic institutionssubstantive anti-corruption guidelines for curriculum change with the aim of teaching students to takeeffective and ethical decisions that benefit both business and society.In this direction, the Anticorruption Working Group has developed comprehensive anti-corruptionguidelines for curriculum change for business schools and management-related academic institutions
around the world. The guidelines integrated into a single “Toolkit” provide the tools to address the ethical,
moral, and practical challenges students will face in the marketplace. The toolkit integrates different topicsas modules which c
onstitute the “menu” instructors can choose from for organizing stand
-alone coursesand/or course modules.The toolkit provides guidance and step by step approaches on successful guidelines, methods, techniques,mechanisms and processes for effective changes in responsible management curricula. By drawing lessonsand experiences from several sources around the world, the Toolkit describes various methodologies andstrategies. The toolkit relies on these elements:
It is easy to use
There is a process for ongoing updating
It can be adapted for local use
Modules can be adjusted to course subject matter and time constraints
The course focuses in part on core topics that are essential for global discussion
The subject matter is sufficiently concrete and practical to enlist collaboration with the private sector,and governmental and non-governmental organizationsFollowing the publication of this The PRME Secretariat will identify and select pilot business schools aroundthe world which will be responsible for initial toolkit implementation. This process will enable adaptationfor local use and improve core elements.The PRME Secretariat would like to thank the Anticorruption Working Group members
 –
especially the sub-working group facilitators and Matthias Kleinhempel at IAE Business School - for their valuablecontributions to
the toolkit’s
development. We look forward to their continued involvement in assessing itseffectiveness. This project is supported by Siemens as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative.
Jonas HaertleHead, PRME SecretariatUN Global Compact Office

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