A Comparative Law Approach
Edited by Jean-Bernard Auby, Emmanuel Breen and Thomas Perroud
As in all periods of swift economic development and political upheaval, our era of globalization has brought corruption and conflicts of interest into the spotlight. This comprehensive study highlights the difficulties of devising global legislative and judicial responses to these issues.
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- Corruption and Conflicts of Interest
- Chapter 1: Corruption and conflicts of interest
- Chapter 2: Regulatory authorities and conflicts of interest
- Chapter 3: The conflicts of interests of public officers: Rules, checks and penalties
- Chapter 4: Protecting the integrity of the U.S. federal procurement system: Conflict of interest rules and aspects of the system that help reduce corruption
- Chapter 5: Corruption and conflicts of interest: Future prospects on lobbying
- Chapter 6: Condemning corruption and tolerating conflicts of interest: French 'arrangements' regarding breaches of integrity
- Chapter 7: Integrity in English and French public contracts: Changing administrative cultures?
- Chapter 8: Policy considerations when drafting conflict of interest legislation
- Chapter 9: Conflict of interests of government members and the risk of corruption: An assessment of pre-revolutionary Tunisia and Egypt
- Chapter 10: Is (French) continental law efficient at fighting conflicts of interests?
- Chapter 11: Corruption and conflicts of interests in the United Kingdom
- Chapter 12: The legal regulations for the prevention of corruption of civil servants in Turkey and the Council of Ethics for Public Service
- Chapter 13: Corruption, conflicts of interests and the WTO
- Chapter 14: Global integrity': National administrations versus global regimes
- Chapter 15: How Multilateral Development Banks invest corruption in their funded projects
- Chapter 16: Introduction to the World Bank's policies in the fight against corruption and conflicts of interests in public contracts
- Chapter 17: Mismanagement by European Agencies: Concerns, institutional responses, and lessons
- Chapter 18: Footprints in the sand: Regulating conflict of interest at EU level
- Chapter 19: OLAF: The anti-corruption policy within the European Union
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