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Published in: Asian Journal of Business Ethics 1/2021

19-05-2021

Religious influences on the rationalization of corporate bribery in Indonesia: a phenomenological study

Authors: Nadiatus Salama, Nobuyuki Chikudate

Published in: Asian Journal of Business Ethics | Issue 1/2021

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Abstract

This study explores Islamic influences on corporate bribery practices in Indonesia. As the dominant religion in Indonesia, Islam substantially influences society in everyday life, including business practices. Although bribery issues in Indonesia have been raised in great numbers for many years, few studies have explored the role of Islamic influences in the ways businesspeople rationalize corporate bribery. This study aims to explore the lived experiences of businesspeople involved in corporate bribery. The authors conducted a phenomenological study to analyze the mindsets of businesspeople who used the Islamic religion to rationalize corporate bribery. To this end, a phenomenological study was conducted based on in-depth interviews with inmates who were imprisoned for their bribery practices in Indonesia. The interview data were subsequently analyzed and revealed several ways that Indonesian businesspeople invoked Islam to rationalize their practices of bribery and render them coherent with their mindsets. The analyses in this study provide insights into how to curb the rationalization of corporate bribery via religious perspectives and point to recommendations for future research.

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Footnotes
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This study addresses the general religion of Islam, not specific sects such as Shia, Sunni, Ahmadiyya, or others. To date, there are no official statistics in Indonesia for the number of Sunnis, Shias, and Ahmadis. However, the estimated overwhelming majority (or 99%) of Muslims adhere to Sunni Islam, while about 1% are Shias and 0.2% Ahmadis. Since the majority of Indonesians are Sunni, most adherents of other sects keep their beliefs secret.
 
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Metadata
Title
Religious influences on the rationalization of corporate bribery in Indonesia: a phenomenological study
Authors
Nadiatus Salama
Nobuyuki Chikudate
Publication date
19-05-2021
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Published in
Asian Journal of Business Ethics / Issue 1/2021
Print ISSN: 2210-6723
Electronic ISSN: 2210-6731
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s13520-021-00123-0

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