When private businesses are interested in reducing corruption, they can be mobilized to take concrete steps against it. This article introduces available tools for collective action – a strategic approach to mobilizing the business community in order to fight corruption. By promoting principle-based business coalitions, encouraging information sharing, or even project-based transparency pacts, businesses have clear incentives to use collective action to combat corruption. The study also includes an interesting case study from Thailand.
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