Handbook of Global Research and Practice in Corruption

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Adam Graycar, Russell G. Smith
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2011 - Political Science - 520 pages
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'Graycar and Smith's excellent edited volume studies corruption as a pervasive, global phenomenon. The chapters move from general overviews to in-depth studies of corruption-prone sectors such as forestry, financial markets, public procurement, an
 

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Contents

an introduction
3
2 Corruption in the broad sweep of history
12
3 Measuring corruption
18
4 Assessing corruption at the country level
34
PART II CORRUPTION IN PRACTICE
63
5 Corruption in procurement
65
6 Circumventing sanctions against Iraq in the OilforFood programme
122
7 Identifying corruption risks in public climate finance governance
138
14 Corrupt misuse of information and communications technologies
255
PART III PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF CORRUPTION
283
monitoring progress in the fight against corruption in multiproject multistakeholder organizations
285
16 The United Nations Convention Against Corruption
303
applying the OECD Bribery Convention
319
18 Applying antimoney laundering laws to fight corruption
340
19 Recovering corruptly obtained assets
359
a case study from Montenegro
378

a framework for analysis
157
9 Corruption and crime in forestry
170
10 The relationship between corruption and financial crime
189
11 Corrupt practices involving off shore financial centres
203
12 Corruption and the global diamond trade
224
13 Corrupt practices in the global trade in art and antiquities
241
21 The Hong Kong ICACs approach to corruption control
401
22 Developing cultures of integrity in the public and private sectors
416
innovative approaches to whistleblowing
429
24 The role of education in changing corrupt practices
463
Index
483
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