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Davide Torsello, anthropologist, is associate professor of organizational behavior, CEU Business School, Hungary. He has extensive experience of ethnographic field research in organizations and communities in Japan, Italy and Eastern Europe. He has been studying political and business corruption, focusing in particular on the social and cultural as well as the organizational cultural aspects of the phenomenon including gift-exchange, ethics, values, informality, organizational design, change and culture. He has published over sixty journal articles and ten books, two of which on corruption The New Environmentalism? Civil Society and Corruption in the Enlarged EU (Ashgate) and Debates on Corruption and Integrity. Perspectives from Europe and the US (Palgrave, co-edited with P. Heywood and P. Hardi). His forthcoming volume is Corruption in the Public Administration: an Ethnographic Approach (Edward Elgar). Main fields of interest include: anti-corruption, compliance, cultural awareness, negotiations, cognitive-behavioral aspects of organizations, trust, social exchange, business strategy and HR management. He has consulted for business, public administration and Ngo-s on integrity, cultural awareness and strategy at management, educational, training levels. He is the leader of Working Package 4, “The ethnographic study of corruption ideas and practices”, ANTICORRP European Union FP7 research grant.