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Anti-Corruption Law (LAW-795O-001)
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International anti-corruption law has evolved significantly in recent years with profound implications for governments, the private sector, non-profits and development assistance communities and for the lawyers advising them. This course will analyze the provisions and enforcement of international anticorruption conventions criminalizing transnational bribery and enhancing public sector transparency, integrity and accountability. It will also discuss private sector compliance programs, development assistance integrity measures and sanctions programs, and multilateral and multi-stakeholder transparency initiatives.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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S. Rose Ackerman, Corruption and Government E. Campos, G. Ware, Ed.: The Many Faces of Corruption
First Class Readings
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