The Legal Implications of Corporate Anti-corruption Culture

Mulyati, Nani and Zurnetti, Aria and Raspati, Lucky (2019) The Legal Implications of Corporate Anti-corruption Culture. In: ICONSHEL 2018, 5-6 September 2018, Padang, Indonesia.

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The eradication of corruption in the private sector on the rule of law depends on two dimensions. The first element is repression, which emphasizes the imposition of criminal sanctions and the second is the preventive effort by fostering anti-corruption values in the organization. The general behavior of a person towards the rule of law is influenced by consideration of the incentives they may gain when they are law-abiding and the sanctions they may receive if they commit a crime or do not do what is required of them. This behavior also applies to corporations in making decisions relating to their obligation not to commit corruption. This paper analyses legal materials regarding the conditions under which corporate anti-corruption culture can provide legal implications in the commission of corruption within the corporation. This deploys normative juridical method that is in finding the data hold on juridical aspect by analyzing the legal materials with micro-comparative study and legislation approaches. This research is expected to provide input to corporations that by forming a corporate anti-corruption culture will bring legal implications that they may be able to obtain general defenses in criminal process of the corruption case if they have applied prudential principles in preventing corruption within the corporate environment reflected in the ethos, culture, and practices of the corporation.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: corporate criminal liability corporate culture anti-corruption culture general corporate defense
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 14 Dec 2021 12:16
Last Modified: 14 Dec 2021 12:16

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