Contributions to the International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy 2011
Edited by: International Anti-Corruption Academy
This collection of articles is written by renowned anti-corruption academics and practitioners who lectured at a summer program organized by the International Anti-Corruption Academy in late June/early July 2011. The book merges theory and practice by providing the various aspects of ethical, psychological, political, and sociological approaches to understanding the phenomenon of corruption, and by allowing the reader to gain knowledge on the best ways forward for the implementation of anti-corruption measures, such as law enforcement, setting up of anti-corruption agencies, compliance systems, and for the development of more effective anti-corruption strategies within the public and private sector.
Publication Date: 5/1/2012