- Michael S. Aßländer
- Sarah Hudson
- Chapter 1 What is Organizational Corruption?
- Chapter 2 Corruption: Maximizing, Socializing, Balancing, and Othering
- Chapter 3 Petty Corruption – Facilitating Payments and Grease Money
- Chapter 4 The Impact of Disguised Bribes – Distorting the Basic Functions of Gift-Giving Practices
- Chapter 5 Nepotism and Cronyism as a Cultural Phenomenon?
- Chapter 6 Viable and Nonviable Methods for Corruption Reform
- Chapter 7 Why Does Corruption Persist in Governments across the World?
- Chapter 8 Corruption in Extractive Industries – Changing the Scenario?
- Chapter 9 Corruption in the IT Branch – The Example of Siemens
- Chapter 10 Money Laundering and Tax Evasion – The Assisting of the Banking Sector
- Chapter 11 Money Laundering and Legal Compliance in the U.S. Financial Services Industry: The Case of Standard Chartered Bank
- Chapter 12 Corruption in Finance – The Role of the Investment Consulting and the Financial Auditing Industries
- Chapter 13 Informal Payments in Health Care
- Chapter 14 Corruption in the Pharmaceutical Sector
- Chapter 15 Corruption in the Agriculture Sector – Micro Level Evidence from Bangladesh
- Chapter 16 We Can Fix it – Corruption in the Construction Industry
- Chapter 17 Olympic Games, Football Championships, and Corruption in the Sports Industry
- Chapter 18 Corruption in the Media
- Chapter 19 Corruption in the Retail Industry
- About the Authors