Enforcement Anticorrupção e Organizações: Uma Revisão Narrativa



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Robson Fernandes Soares
Edson Ronaldo Guarido Filho

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Contexto: na literatura de administração é possível identificar diversas aparições do termo enforcement, principalmente relacionadas aos estudos de corrupção. Essas menções, contudo, não são uniformes e muitas vezes dizem respeito a tipos diferentes do fenômeno. Além disso, elas ocorrem sem conexão com estudos de regulação, na qual o enforcement é conceito central. Objetivo: o objetivo do presente estudo é identificar os tipos de enforcement anticorrupção presentes na literatura de administração à luz da literatura de regulação. Métodos: foi realizada análise temática reflexiva de 31 artigos da área de administração selecionados na base de dados Web of Knowledge publicados até 2017 nos quais corrupção e enforcement aparecem de forma relacionada. Resultados: ao término da análise foi possível identificar quatro tipos de aparição do termo na literatura: enforcement punitivo, de mercado, competitivo e cultural. Esses quatro tipos apresentam características únicas à luz da literatura de regulação. Conclusões: a identificação dos tipos de enforcement anticorrupção contribui para a diferenciação das diversas formas em que o termo é empregado na literatura. Além disso, como estudo de natureza tipológica, oferece caminho para o desenvolvimento de novas teorias, bem como para a realização de estudos empíricos.



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Soares, R. F., & Guarido Filho, E. R. (2021). Enforcement Anticorrupção e Organizações: Uma Revisão Narrativa. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, 25(6), e190149. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2021190149.en
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