Mitigating the Risks of Corruption through Collective Action
This paper discusses the advantages of Collective Action in addressing corruption risks. It outlines the typical components of an anti-corruption program in an international company and provides an analysis of Collective Action together with how it can be integrated into anti-corruption programs, providing examples and illustrating some of the issues companies must take into account when considering Collective Action approaches.
It appeared as a chapter on pp.125-134 of Brodowski, D., Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parr, M., Tiedemann, K., Vogel, J. (Eds.) (2014). Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability, Springer International Publishing.
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Working Paper 30: Corruption and wildlife trafficking: exploring drivers, facilitators and networks behind illegal wildlife trade in East Africa
As part of a multi-disciplinary programme of work focused on intelligence-led action against…