Business Case for Anticorruption in India: Principles, Economics and Application of Transparency Tools
This is the third and final publication of Global Compact Network India's Collective Action Project. In it, UNGC companies and business entities share practical experiences as to how they have been investing in getting their processes and procedures in order, so that businesses could be free of corruption, ensuring transparency in their supply chains and procurement mechanism.
It quantifies the gains that a business accrues by implementing anti-graft policies in its operations, presenting for the first time examples on a business case for anticorruption from companies headquartered in an emerging market, in this case India.
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