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タイトル
  • ja 東南アジアにおける日系進出企業のファシリテーション・ペイメント経験と対応に関する調査報告
その他のタイトル
  • en Corporate practices for Dealing with Facilitation Payments:Experiences of Japanese Subsidiaries Operating in Southeast Asia
作成者
権利情報
  • CC BY-NC-ND
主題
  • Other OECD
  • Other Anti-Bribery Convention
  • Other foreign bribery
  • Other bribery
  • Other faciltation payments
  • Other corruption
  • Other petty corruption
  • Other business ethics
  • Other compliance
内容注記
  • Other The 1997 OECD Anti-Bribery Convention of 1997 is a framework for a supply-side regulation of foreign bribery. As governments tightened grips on control, many conscientious companies headquartered in the parties to the convertion have taken necessary steps to that end. However, so-called 'facilitation payments',or FP, remain in some developing countries, and business people from developed countries are said to be vexed with the problem when they do business. Yet, little information on FP practices has been provided to date by the academia.This research aims at contributing to discussions on the issue through numerical inputs and lessons gained from the findings. The author planned and conducted two sets of resarch with government subsidies. One research project covering more than 900 Japanese companies doing business abroad aimed to grasp a rough picture of how they try to address FP problems. The other research aimed to grasp how pervasive FP practices are in Southeast Asia-namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. Findings of the latter study indicate that FP practices remain in the area, with a varying degree of FP incidence among the five countries.
出版者 麗澤大学経済学会
日付
    Created2012-05-12 , Issued2010-09-30
言語
  • jpn
資源識別のタイプ departmental bulletin paper
出版タイプ NA
資源識別子 URI http://id.nii.ac.jp/1046/00000185/ , DOI https://doi.org/10.18901/00000185
ID
  • JaLC 10.18901/00000185
収録誌情報
    • ISSN 0919-6714
      • 麗澤学際ジャーナル = Reitaku Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 18(2), 31-52
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