This collection of twenty-four articles on international corruption and corruption mitigation policy showcases current scholarship in the identification of malfeasance and financial crime. The volume is divided into three sections covering corruption contexts, examples of corruption in practice, and prevention and control policies and practices, and individual essays address topics such as historical contexts of corruption, corruption in procurement, the Iraq oil-for-food sanction program, corruption in the global diamond trade, illicit trade in arts and antiquities, the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, the development of cultures of integrity in public and private sectors, and the role of education in changing corrupt practices.
|Place of Publication||Cheltenham, UK|
|Number of pages||503|
|ISBN (Print)||9781849805018, 9780857938923|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|