Anti-Corruption Law (LAW-795O-001)
Assessment:Research paper, in-class project (short research and in-class presentation), and class participation.
This course will analyze causes and consequences of corruption, international anticorruption conventions criminalizing transnational bribery and enhancing public sector transparency, integrity and accountability and the extent of and challenges to enforcement. It will also discuss private sector compliance programs, development assistance integrity measures and sanctions programs, and multilateral and multi-stakeholder transparency initiatives. Please see 2016 Syllabus as illustration.
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