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Harry Cassin
Publisher and Editor

Andy Spalding
Senior Editor

Jessica Tillipman
Senior Editor

Bill Steinman
Senior Editor

Richard L. Cassin
Editor at Large

Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro
Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox
Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn
Contributing Editor

Bill Waite
Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah
Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets
Contributing Editor

Richard Bistrong
Contributing Editor

Eric Carlson
Contributing Editor

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‘Corruption Killed My Parents’

[…] ,” Cao said. “It’s the system. The signal system went into operation without testing and that only happens when bribes are paid.”   Officials determined that “serious design flaws” in the signal control system used at Wenzhou South Railway Station were behind the crash.   The equipment was designed by state-run Beijing National Railway […]

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Gordon Schnell: Yes, we need whistleblower rewards

Congress could not have been any clearer in its statutory design. Nor the SEC any more outspoken in its revitalized approach to government enforcement. Whistleblower rewards work. Even more, they are an indispensable component of the modern regulatory scheme.

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End anonymous shell companies to protect national security

[…] bank accounts located in the Singapore, Switzerland, Luxembourg and the United States to conceal the origin, source and ownership of the funds. Corruption also leads to devastating human development outcomes. Venezuela is a prime example. The man-made humanitarian crisis unfolding in Venezuela has plunged a once-prosperous country to the brink of destitution and complete […]

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China Corruption Blotter (August 6, 2013)

Cai Feng, former medical insurance division chief at the Human Resources and Social Security Bureau of Wenzhou (Zhejiang province), was tried for taking $18,248 in bribes from local hospitals and drug stores seeking medical insurance contracts. He reportedly received bribes from Wenzhou Heping Plastic Hospital, Wenzhou Yizheng Medicine Chain Store Co., Ltd, and Wenzhou Yanshengtang Medicine […]

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Alison Taylor at the OECD Integrity Forum: Embracing ethics beyond compliance

[…] values and wider societal and economic challenges. Attendees agreed on the need to reexamine the role of business in an era where individual empowerment on issues of human rights and environmental justice is amplified by transparency trends to create a transformative new risk environment for multinational corporations. This focus was illustrated by the title […]

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‘Unlocking Democracy And Development’

[…] and Tajikistan. The NGOs profiled in the book nurture democratic values by engaging in projects such as setting up local radio stations and talking to police about human rights. Melton, pictured above, is also a contributor to the anthology Combating Corruption: Political Corruption in Comparative Perspective, forthcoming from Ashgate. She has said, “Combating corruption […]

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It’s publication day for ‘The Complete Compliance Handbook’ by Tom Fox

[…] Handbook. In this single 500-page book, Tom brings together the top ideas, topics, and techniques to incorporate into a compliance program. It’s a step-by-step guide to the design, creation, implementation of or enhancement to a compliance program. He begins with a chapter on 31 days to a better compliance program. Tom devotes sections to […]

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The Good Bribes

[…] This idea is not new, and it’s not radical.  We would do well to see the FCPA, and the problem of corruption, in a broader context of human experience and intellectual inquiry. 2.  Hasn’t the FCPA community understood this since 1988?  That was the year that we amended the FCPA to include the affirmative […]

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Chinese play ‘spot the bling’

China’s netizens have a new favorite pastime: the “human flesh search,” in which microbloggers band together to unearth, research, and publicize evidence of apparent misconduct by officials.

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