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Prize winner
Published by:
INSEAD (2013)
Version:
02.2016
Revision date:
25-Feb-2016
Length:
13 pages
Data source:
Field research

Abstract

Sweta Mangal, CEO of Ziqitza Health Care Limited, must decide how to respond to a government official who has demanded a bribe to release payment for the ambulance services ZHL provides. Bribery is commonplace in India, but there is also a growing anti-corruption movement. A new employee argues that the bribe is the only way for ZHL to make payroll and maintain its ambulances, which means more lives saved. Mangal insists that ZHL is committed to an anti-bribery stance. What is the right decision? How can it best be implemented?

Topics

Bribery; Corruption; Business ethics; Social enterprise; Social entrepreneurship; India; Health care; Corporate social responsibility
Other setting(s):
2011-2012

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2013 - oikos Case Writing Competition - third prize winner

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