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International Journal of Frontiers in Sociology, 2020, 2(9); doi: 10.25236/IJFS.2020.020912.

Influence of Globalization on Corruptions in Companies of Emerging Nations


Chujun Wang

Corresponding Author:
Chujun Wang

Business School, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK


Based on data from World Bak’s Entrepreneurs Sruvey, it examines the influence of globalization on corruptions in companies of five emerging nations (China, Brazil, India, Russia, and Indonesia). Under the guidance of institutional theory and organizational learning theory, an data analysis was made which reveals that corruptions in companies of emerging nations is decreasing once they enter the global market.


Globalization; Corruption; Emerging Nations; Institutional Theory; Organizational Learning Theory

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Chujun Wang. Influence of Globalization on Corruptions in Companies of Emerging Nations. International Journal of Frontiers in Sociology (2020), Vol. 2, Issue 9: 85-92. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFS.2020.020912.


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