"A fascinating and entertaining essay, set up as a philosophical dialogue among several stylised protagonists. I strongly recommend this thought provoking book to scholars and senior managers with an interest in business ethics and corporate social responsibility, and to anyone who wants to know how we can think intelligently about moral dilemmas in everyday life."
Michael Power, Professor of Accounting, London School of Economics and Political Science.
"In the genre of Plato's Symposium...a philosophical and theological tour de force, which forces homo economicus to confront his ethical constraints. I have no doubt that The Paradox of the Good Bribe will set a new standard of scholarship into this enduring feature of the human character."
Dr. Mark Dooley, philosopher, biographer of Sir Roger Scruton.
"The selection of entries is imaginative and prophetic and in itself progresses the science and art that is audit."
Professor Gerald Vinten, former editor of Managerial Auditing Journal.