The sudden onset of demands for the basic human right to health during the pandemic has shown a light on the proverbial cracks in the global system. These cracks may manifest as varying types of corruption. It begs the question, what are the ways corruption has been manifesting in different contexts in impeding these demands? This article proposes a categorization to examine the myriad of ways corruption manifests in relation to responses to Covid-19 induced changes, utilizing examples from different countries and contexts. This paper concludes with various strategies to combat corruption and managerial implications.
Jessica Salmon is an Assistant Professor of Management at Siena College in Upstate New York. She is the coordinator for the International Business Concentration. She earned her Ph.D. in International Business at Rutgers University. Her research interests include...
Emine Beyza Satoğlu
Izmir Katip Celebi University
Emine Beyza Satoglu is an Assistant Professor of International Economics at Izmir Katip Celebi University, Turkey and serves as the Chair of the Division of Development and International Economics of the Department of Economics. She teaches courses on international...
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