The purpose of this workshop was to develop a better understanding of the relationships between religion, ethics and attitudes towards corruption, drawing on the findings of recent empirical research in India. The emerging findings and their implications were discussed by an invited audience of about twenty bureaucrats, development workers, media persons, academics, corporate executives, representatives of faith-based organizations and anti-corruption actors.
Workshop held on 28th-29th January, 2010 at the University ofHyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. 5 pp.
Religions, ethics and attitudes towards corruption in India.