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What are companies doing to prevent corruption?

A comparative analysis of corruption prevention strategies among listed companies in the Asia-Pacific region, North America, and Europe between 2010 and 2012.

This second Vigeo study on the prevention of corruption in the private sector summarizes and compares the performances of 1,268 European, North American, and Asia-Pacific companies, evaluated by Vigeo between 2010 and 2012.

This new study reveals the heterogeneous nature of the conceptions of “how to act.” It shows, sector and country of origin aside, that administrative culture and the robustness of governance influence the relevance and efficiency of anti-corruption strategies.

It showcases innovative new practices and establishes detailed rankings by country and sector of the companies which have shown, across their management processes, the best performances in terms of preventing and combatting corruption.

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