This is Charlie Stevens' research published in the Strategic Management Journal. The paper is called: "Avoid, acquiesce … or engage? New insights from sub-Saharan Africa on multinational enterprises' strategies for managing corruption" by Charles E. Stevens, Lehigh University and Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, University of Victoria.
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