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What you need to do, business leaders about corruption? In December 2011, four HBS alumni met to discuss how to attract unprecedented protests against the corrupt government of Vladimir Putin, who broke out in Russia in response to the alleged fraud in the recent parliamentary elections. Prominent figure in the anti-corruption protest was blogger Alexei Navalny. Bulk use public requests for tender, "crowdsourcing" and volunteer experts to detect, expose, and promote the prosecution of corrupt dealings of the Russian government. These efforts Navalny cause celebre in the Western media and popular figure with a tech-savvy population of Russia. But Navalny was on the right for business leaders in Russia to organize around? What are the risks associated with obtaining politically unstable activist?
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by Paul M. Healy, Karthik Ramanna, Matthew Shaffer Source: Harvard Business School 22 pages. Publication Date: February 14, 2012. Prod. #: 112033-PDF-ENG Case Solution Other Similar Case Solutions like

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