Updated again based on my presentation on the 18th of March 2014 at the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore. Previously presented at the Compliance Day Event for the Singapore Compliance Workgroup on 27-November 2013; and at the PrimeTime Personal Power Lunch and the CFO Asia Congress. We return to the same three economic questions: Who bribes? How much do they pay? And what value do they get? How can we use the answers to discourage bribery? And while we will never eliminate the motivation for bribery, we may reach the point where bribery is no longer business as usual.
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