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Handbook of Global Research and Practice in Corruption

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Edited by: Russell G. Smith Adam Graycar

ISBN13: 9780857938923
Published: May 2013
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (Hardback 2011)
Price: £44.00

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Corruption is a global phenomenon with costs estimated to be in the trillions of dollars. This source of original research and policy analysis deals with the most important concepts and empirical evidence in foreign corrupt practices globally.

Handbook of Global Research and Practice in Corruption

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International Criminal Law
1. Research and Practice in Corruption: An Introduction Adam Graycar and Russell G. Smith
2. Corruption in the Broad Sweep of History Marcus Felson
3. Measuring Corruption Finn Heinrich and Robin Hodess
4. Assessing Corruption at the Country Level Francesca Recanatini

5. Corruption in Procurement Glenn T. Ware, Shaun Moss, J. Edgardo Campos and Gregory P. Noone
6. Circumventing Sanctions Against Iraq in the Oil-for-Food Programme Linda Courtenay Botterill
7. Identifying Corruption Risks in Public Climate Finance Governance Lisa Ann Elges
8. Corruption in REDD+ Schemes: A Framework for Analysis Peter Larmour
9. Corruption and Crime in Forestry William B. Magrath
10. The Relationship between Corruption and Financial Crime Nicole Leeper Piquero and Jay S. Albanese
11. Corrupt Practices Involving Offshore Financial Centres David Chaikin
12. Corruption and the Global Diamond Trade Dina Siegel
13. Corrupt Practices in the Global Trade in Art and Antiquities Duncan Chappell and Kenneth Polk
14. Corrupt Misuse of Information and Communications Technologies Russell G. Smith and Penny Jorna

15. From Information to Indicators: Monitoring Progress in the Fight Against Corruption in Multi-project, Multi-stakeholder Organizations Scott A. Fritzen and Shreya Basu
16. The United Nations Convention Against Corruption Matti Joutsen
17. The Global Architecture of Foreign Bribery Control: Applying the OECD Bribery Convention Cindy Davids and Grant Schubert
18. Applying Anti-money Laundering Laws to Fight Corruption Louis de Koker
19. Recovering Corruptly Obtained Assets Larissa Gray
20. Activist Regulatory Practices in Corruption Prevention: A Case Study from Montenegro Bryane Michael
21. The Hong Kong ICAC's Approach to Corruption Control Ian Scott
22. Developing Cultures of Integrity in the Public and Private Sectors Richard Mulgan and John Wanna
23. Reporting Corrupt Practices in the Public Interest: Innovative Approaches to Whistleblowing Inez Dussuyer, Stephen Mumford and Glenn Sullivan
24. The Role of Education in Changing Corrupt Practices Rose Gill Hearn Index