The Politics of Teaching Anti-corruption

    Activity: Talk or presentationLecture and oral contribution

    Description

    Recent attempts to integrate anti-corruption as an important theme in management education suggest an increasing awareness of the role of management education in the moral shaping of managerial practices. This talk will discuss how the theme of anti-corruption can serve as a space for critical reflection in teaching, highlighting how anti-corruption can illuminate the ambiguous and essentially political role of business and management practices in contemporary societies.

    Presented at: Management Education against Corruption: Developing Guidelines for Curriculum Change (Education Against Corruption)
    Period3 Aug 2012
    Event typeConference
    Conference number72
    LocationBoston, United States