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Julie DiMauro
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Thomas Fox
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Bill Waite
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Search Results for: label/Judicial Corruption

Five ways politicians sabotage anti-corruption agencies

The UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), ratified in 2005, endorsed the post-colonial idea of independent anti-corruption agencies as a best practice to fight graft at the country level. Today, around 60 countries have at least one independent anti-corruption agency. And the results? Dismal sums it up. A World Bank progress report published last year […]

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Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez: The Quest for a Unified Theory of Corruption

Writing from 2018, it seems rather unnecessary to keep opening academic articles on corruption by introducing the reader to its social, political, and economic significance—the phenomenon is today so ingrained in popular scholarly thought that there is hardly an individual who needs to be convinced about the position of society at large in regards […]

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Call for Papers: Business Ethics and Corruption in the Globalized World

The OP Jindal Global University, the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law are organizing the first ever Conference of Business Ethics and Corruption in the Globalized World.

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Call for Papers: Business Ethics and Corruption in the Globalized World

The OP Jindal Global University, the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law are organizing the first ever Conference of Business Ethics and Corruption in the Globalized World.

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A word of caution on the new Corruption Risk Forecast

Last month, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and the European Research Centre for Anti- Corruption and State-Building (ERCAS) released their new Corruption Risk Forecast. The Corruption Risk Forecast aspires to provide a set of “bjective corruption and transparency indicators for over 120 countries to diagnose the present, forecast the future, and set policy targets.” As the lead […]

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Is corruption on the climate change agenda?

[…] at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) to negotiate their climate change commitments this week, we ask – will they include a credible commitment to fight corruption? Because if there is one thing that will scupper efforts to address the climate crisis, it is corruption. Yet corruption is strangely missing from the conversation. […]

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Rahul Rose on Unaoil: But are agents immune from prosecution?

[…] agents and intermediaries that facilitate corrupt deals are immune from prosecution in the UK. The Unaoil case — and it should be stressed that no allegations of corruption against the company have been proven — provides an opportunity to rectify this perception of impunity for intermediaries. It provides a chance for the SFO to […]

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Bulgaria’s window of opportunity to break systemic corruption

[…] with a skilled labor force, a strategic location and a high productivity ratio. The only obstacle holding back my country from achieving this is the legacy of corruption that is still practiced by the very few – people in high positions, mostly from the previous government and their private sector friends. For ten years, […]

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