The present and future growth markets for the Swiss export economy are to be found in countries that bear a high corruption risk potential. To improve the competitive position of the companies in these countries, the project team developed an innovative, marketable corruption-prevention training instrument to sensitize and train junior employees. This training program comprises a conceptual training curriculum and the complementing methodical instruments.
ProjectHONEST – Development of an integrated training tool concerning corruption prevention aimed at young professionals
LeadSwiss Institute for Entrepreneurship (SIFE) More about the Institute/Centre
Project LeaderHauser Christian More about Hauser Christian
Involved partiesPRME Business Integrity Action Center
Institute for Construction in Alpine Regions (IBAR)
TATA Interactive Systems AG
Siemens Schweiz AG, Division Compliance Office More about the involved
TeamNieffer Ruth More about Nieffer Ruth
Research fieldsCorporate Responsibility More about the research fields
The following former employee of HTW Chur also worked on the project:
- Tanja Heublein (IBAR)
- Hauser, C. & Nieffer R. (im Druck): Anticorruption in management training and the business game method, in: Stachowicz-Stanusch A., Amann W. (Eds): Fostering Sustainability by Management Education. Information Age Publishing: Charlotte, NC.
- Hauser, C. & Nieffer R. (2018): Korruptionsprävention mittels eines computerbasierten Planspiels, in: Wolf S., Graeff P. (Eds): Korruptionsbekämpfung vermitteln. Springer VS: Wiesbaden, S. 235-257.
- Hauser, C. (2018): Fighting Against Corruption: Does Anti-corruption Training Make Any Difference?, in: Journal of Business Ethics.
The project has been implemented by the Swiss Institute for Entrepeneurship (SIFE), in cooperation with PRME Business Integrity Action Center, Institute for Construction in Alpine Regions (IBAR), TATA Interactive Systems AG and Siemens Schweiz AG, on behalf of Innosuisse.