PhD defence: Anestis Keremis

In order to obtain the PhD degree, Anestis Keremis has submitted his thesis entitled: Anti-corruption in action: How is anti-corruption practiced in multinational companies

 
Monday, May 18, 2020 - 13:00 to 15:00

This thesis analyzes anti-corruption in multinational companies by examining how it is practiced by compliance officers. It theorizes anti-corruption as a situated and recursive activity and based on an interpretive and praxiography-inspired methodology carried out in Denmark and China, contributes to studies pertaining to the rationalization of anti-corruption, the emergence of anti-corruption as a default function in corporations, and its meaning for the sociopolitical role of corporations.

Primary Supervisor:
Professor Hans Krause Hansen
Department of Management, Society and Communication
Copenhagen Business School

Secondary Supervisors:
Professor Jeremy Moon
Department of Management, Society and Communication
Copenhagen Business School

Associate Professor Antje Vetterlein
Department of Organization
Copenhagen Business School

Assessment Committee:
Professor mso Karin Buhmann (Chair)
Department of Management, Society and Communication
Copenhagen Business School

Professor Thomas Lennerfors
Department of Engineering Sciences
Uppsala University

Professor Stelios Zyglidopoulos
Department of Strategy
Kedge Business School

The thesis is available here

Access to Anestis Keremis' online PhD defence here

*Please note in connection with the online defence that the microphone and camera of all spectators must be turned off!*

 

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