Case | HBS Case Collection | March 2001

Corruption in International Business (A)

by Robert E. Kennedy and Rafael M. Di Tella

Abstract

Explores various aspects of corruption in international business, in two sections. The first section provides a broad discussion of the ethical, business, and legal aspects of corruption. The second section provides a series of "caselets" that are designed to promote discussion of how students would act in particular situations, as well as the potential costs and benefits of these actions.

Keywords: Crime and Corruption; Emerging Markets; Policy; Globalization;

Citation:

Kennedy, Robert E., and Rafael M. Di Tella. "Corruption in International Business (A)." Harvard Business School Case 701-128, March 2001.