. A manager from a developing country is overseeing a multinational’s

 

operations in a country where drug trafficking and lawlessness are rife.

 

One day, a representative of a local “big man” approaches the manager

 

and asks for a “donation” to help the big man provide housing for the

 

poor. The representative tells the manager that in return for the donation,

 

the big man will make sure that the manager has a productive stay in his

 

country. No threats are made, but the manager is well aware that the big

 

man heads a criminal organization that is engaged in drug trafficking.

 

He also knows that the big man does indeed help the poor in the

 

rundown neighborhood of the city where he was born. What should the

 

manager do?