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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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‘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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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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Malaysia leader sacks deputy, attacks news groups amid ‘firestorm’ of graft allegations

[…] minister denied the allegations and threatened to sue two Aussie newspapers that reported them — The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald. Brad Adams, Asia director of Human Rights Watch, said in a statement: “Blocking a website and threatening critics with prosecution will not make the firestorm over alleged government corruption go away.” Malaysia’s […]

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Understanding behavioral ethics can strengthen your compliance program

[…] an understanding based on behavioral science. That might be considered a “substantive” use.  The other is more procedural in nature — using what science tells us about human behavior to design better internal procedures. Studies relevant to both aspects of risk assessment have shown that individuals tend to optimistically predict their own future moral […]

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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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Karelaia and Kessler: Wells Fargo is about the ‘me’ of corporate life

[…] “men and women” rather than hotel guests were even more effective. The above example suggests that we’re at our ethical best when we feel part of a human community that transcends our immediate surroundings, e.g. when we’re hailed as human beings rather than employees. Otherwise, we may confuse (either implicit or explicit) organizational norms […]

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HR — yes, HR — is the key to understanding your compliance culture

[…] practice, I know that during any anti-corruption compliance assessment, I’ll want to spend time not only with personnel from the accounting and compliance groups, but also with human resources. In fact, sometimes HR receives the most attention. Here’s why. The HR team has so much impact on anti-corruption compliance because they interact with personnel […]

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Andy Spalding: Corruption isn’t someone else’s problem

[…] The FCPA is the antidote to polarization, the antithesis of blame. But so too does the FCPA reflect a conviction — that corruption is not inherent in human society, that it can be addressed, and that it can be addressed through law. We know that no culture affirmatively endorses corruption, in principle, as a […]

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Shock And Awe In U.S. Federal Court

[…] some of their related firms for bribery that allegedly occurred under the United Nations oil-for-food program. Referring to the U.N. program as “the largest financial fraud in human history,” the 47-page complaint seeks more than $10 billion in damages. Many of the defendants named in the complaint — which relies heavily on the U.N.’s […]

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One of the year’s most important business books is ‘a roller-coaster ride’ about risk management

[…] is useless and vice versa. We have made great strides in our use of various analytics tools that can spot anomalies faster and more accurately than fallible human beings can. But these advances cannot obviate the need for pathologically suspicious, deeply skeptical human beings who can sense when things are not as they should […]

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