Corruption, Ethics and Economics
André Franco Montoro Filho covers subjects such as competitive ethics, the role of law, deviations from corruption and dissatisfaction with purely legislative solutions.
In the last five years, André Franco Montoro Filho has devoted himself to studying both the advantages of ethical behavior and the social and economic losses caused by corruption, tax evasion and other types of transgressions. Gathering writings that the author produced over the years, this work highlights the importance of ethics in a troubled economy and the enormous losses caused by the general perception of corruption in institutions. The author covers issues such as competitive ethics, the role of law, deviations from corruption and dissatisfaction with purely legislative solutions. Through short texts and sharp reflections, Montoro demonstrates the triggering of very real forms of economic and social inequality, bureaucratic imbalance and legal distortion, behavioral dysfunctions and corruption, which prove a split between ethics, politics and law. Its main objective is to offer readers viable ways to overcome these problems.