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Meets 6/16-20 4-7PM
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Recognizing the damage corruption causes to effective development, economic growth and fair competition, the World Bank and regional Multilateral Development Banks have increased significantly their attention to preventing and sanctioning corruption in Bank-financed projects and in the countries where they operate. This course will focus on the investigations and sanctions regimes, corruption red-flag identification, and challenges for contractors and defense counsel.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Required reading for each class is specified and is available online or as a handout. Where links are problematic, search using the document title. Please contact the professor should you encounter difficulty accessing documents.
First Class Readings
See Syllabus for required and recommended readings
The syllabus is available in the following format(s):