You may think that an AUBG education is out of your reach, but this is not the case! This year, about a quarter of our newly-admitted students received full scholarships, and 74% received some kind of financial support. We offer plenty of options to finance education. Don't miss on them.
Find the discipline that best suits your interests and talents. During your 4-year academic journey top faculty from 5 continents will mentor you to discover your talents, your passions, and your future.
If you want to explore the world, AUBG is a perfect choice. All our students are encouraged to take part in exchange programs in both Europe and the United States, and can choose from over 300 US universities and more than 50 European Universities all over Europe. Learn more.
Become a part of a wide network of graduates, 99.8% of whom are employed or in grad school. 65% of our alumni get 2+ job offers at graduation, 20% earn more than $100,000/year.
Suggest a new title
Corruption exists where there is community indifference or a lack of enforcement policies. Corruption. (2021). In Encyclopædia Britannica.
When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books and articles.
1. Aßländer, M. S., & Hudson, S. (Eds.). (2017). The handbook of business and corruption: Cross-sectoral experiences. ProQuest Ebook Central
2. Arbogast, S. V. (2017). Resisting corporate corruption: Cases in practical ethics from enron through the financial crisis. ProQuest Ebook Central
3. Comer, M. J., & Stephens, T. E. (2013). Bribery and corruption: How to be an impeccable and profitable corporate citizen: how to be an impeccable and profitable corporate citizen. ProQuest Ebook Central
4. Funderburk, C. (Ed.). (2012). Political corruption in comparative perspective: Sources, status and prospects: sources, status and prospects. ProQuest Ebook Central
5. Giroux, G. (2017). Accounting fraud, second edition: Maneuvering and manipulation, volume. ProQuest Ebook Central
6. Kenny, C. (2017). Results not receipts: Counting the right things in aid and corruption. ProQuest Ebook Central
7. Ochrana, F., Půček, M. J., & Plaček, M. (2018). Detecting and reducing corruption risk and fraud in the public sector. ProQuest Ebook Central
8. Schluter, W. E. (2017). Soft corruption: How unethical conduct undermines good government and what to do about it. ProQuest Ebook Central
9. Vannucci, A., & Porta, D. D. (2012). The hidden order of corruption: An institutional approach : an institutional approach. ProQuest Ebook Central
10. Wells, J. T. (2017). Corporate fraud handbook: Prevention and detection. ProQuest Ebook Central
1. Boräng, F., Jagers, S. C., & Povitkina, M. (2021). In Light of Democracy and Corruption: Institutional Determinants of Electricity Provision. Energy Journal, 42(2), 165–181.
2. Hall, J., Levendis, J., & Scarcioffolo, A. R. (2020). The Efficient Corruption Hypothesis and the Dynamics between Economic Freedom, Corruption, and National Income. Journal of Developing Areas, 54(3), 161–175.
3. Ibrahimi, A., & Arifi, B. (2020). Defending the Rights of the Victims of Corruption in the Republic of Kosovo: With a Special Focus to the Pandemic Covid-19. SEEU Review, 15(1), 3–23.