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I examine how the corruption distance affects MNE subsidiaries' bribing patterns in 24 transition economies. This study challenges the conventional conceptualisation of institutional distance in prior research by adopting asymmetric features of corruption distance. The study finds that the higher the corruption difference, the less likely an MNE subsidiary is to bribe government officials when the subsidiary comes from less corrupt countries, but the more likely the subsidiary is to bribe whendoi:10.1504/ijmcs.2016.076665 fatcat:akqyl5jnx5gfdfc4hubxowvvym