Business ethics/corporate social responsibility.
From undergrad to executive education (the case series has been successfully used with MBA students and executives).
The case series starts by describing how a fictitious company (called L'ArtiMarché) faced an individual corruption issue after entering the Russian market. After describing the company's creative reaction, the case shows that corruption issues can easily reoccur and might require a more systematic approach of L'ArtiMarché to fight corruption within the company and in the society at large.
Expected learning outcomes
Responding/reacting to (external) corruption; governance and compliance systems to prevent corruption; and contribution of companies to the development of the social/political/moral framework of their own operation.
The author wishes to thank Derek Abell for his support in the design of the case series and his attempt to collect additional information; and Amanpret Singh, Daniel Rettich, Martha Ihlbrock, and Tonisha Robinson for their support of researching, editing, translating and formatting of the case study and teaching note.
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