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ANTI-CORRUPTION BOOKS AND RESEARCH SOURCES 1

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Bibliography on Corruption and Anti-Corruption by Professor Matthew C. Stephenson 10

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p<>{color:#000;}. Group of States Against Corruption, a body established under the Council of Europe to monitor the implementation of instruments adopted by member states to combat political corruption

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p<>{color:#000080;}. [+ Independent Commission Against Corruption (disambiguation)+]

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p<>{color:#000080;}. [+ International Anti-Corruption Academy+]

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p<>{color:#000;}. Transparency International, a non-governmental organization that monitors and publicizes corporate and political corruption in international development

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p<>{color:#000;}. Corruption Perceptions Index, published yearly by Transparency International

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Financier (1912), The Titan (1914), and The Stoic (1947), Theodore Dreiser’s Trilogy of Desire, based on the life of the transit mogul Charles Tyson Yerkes

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p<>{color:#000080;}. Political class

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[][] Bibliography on Corruption and Anti-Corruption by Professor Matthew C. Stephenson

 

Harvard Law School – http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/mstephenson/

 

Aalberts, Robert J. & Marianne M. Jennings. 1999. The Ethics of Slotting: Is this

Bribery, Facilitation Marketing or Just Plain Competition? Journal of Business Ethics

 

Aaronson, S.A. 2011. Limited Partnership: Business, Government, Civil Society and the

Public in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. Public Administration &

Development 31(S1):

 

Aaronson, Susan Ariel & M. Rodwan Abouharb. 2014. “Corruption, Conflicts of Interest

and the WTO”, in Jean-Bernard Auby, Emmanuel Breen & Thomas Perroud eds.,

Corruption and Conflicts of Interest: A Comparative Law Approach (Edward Elgar),

 

Aaronson, Susan Ariel. 2014. Does the WTO Help Nations Clean Up? The WTO as an

Anticorruption Counterweight. World Trade Review (forthcoming).

 

Abbink, Klaus & Danila Serra. 2012. “Anticorruption Policies: Lessons from the Lab,” in

Danila Serra & Leonard Wantchekon, eds., New Advances in Experimental Research on

Corruption (Emerald Books),

 

Abbink, Klaus & Heike Hennig-Schmidt. 2006. Neutral versus Loaded Instructions in a

Bribery Game. Experimental Economics 9(2):

 

Abbink, Klaus & K. Wu. 2013. Reward Self-Reporting to Deter Corruption: An

Experiment on Mitigating Collusive Bribery. Monash University, Discussion Paper

 

Abbink, Klaus & Matthew Ellman. 2010. The Donor Problem: An Experimental Analysis

of Beneficiary Empowerment. Journal of Development Studies 46(8): 1327-1344.

Abbink, Klaus, Bernd Irlenbusch & Elke Renner. 2002. An Experimental Bribery Game.

Journal of Law, Economics & Organization.

 

Abbink, Klaus, Utteeyo Dasgupta, Lata Ghanghadaran & Tarun Jain. 2014. Letting the

Briber Go Free: An Experiment on Mitigating Harassment Bribes. Journal of Public

Economics 111:

 

Abbink, Klaus. 2004. Staff Rotation as an Anticorruption Policy: An Experimental Study.

European Journal of Political Economy

 

Abbink, Klaus. 2005. “Fair Salaries and the Moral Costs of Corruption,” in Kokinov &

Boicho eds., Advances in Cognitive Economics (Sofia: NBU Press).

 

1Abbink, Klaus. 2006. “Laboratory Experiments on Corruption,” in Susan Rose-

Ackerman ed. International Handbook on the Economics of Corruptions (Edward Elgar)

 

Abbott, Kenneth W. & Duncan Snidal. 2002. “International Action on Bribery and

Corruption: Why the Dog Didn’t Bark in the WTO”, in Daniel M. Kennedy & James D.

Southwick eds., The Political Economy of International Trade Law.

 

Abbott, Kenneth W. & Duncan Snidal. 2002. Values and Interests: International

Legalization in the Fight against Corruption. Journal of Legal Studies 3

 

Abbott, Kenneth W. 2001. Rule Making in the WTO: Lessons from the Case of Bribery

and Corruption. Journal of International Economic Law

 

Abbott, Kenneth W. 2009. “Fight Against Corruption,” in Max Planck Encyclopedia of

International Law.

 

Abdalla, H.F., A.S. Maghrabi & B.G. Raggad. 1998. Assessing the Perceptions of Human

Resource Managers Toward Nepotism: A Cross-Cultural Study. International Journal of

Manpower

 

Abdallah, Sherief, Rasha Sayed, Iyad Rahwan, Brad L. LeVeck, Manuel Cebrian, Alex

Rutherford & James H. Fowler. 2014. Corruption Drives the Emergence of Civil Society.

Journal of the Royal Society

 

Abdulai, A.G. 2009. Political Will in Combating Corruption in Developing and

Transition Countries: A Comparative Study of Singapore, Hong Kong and Ghana.

Journal of Financial Crime

 

Abed, George T. & Hamid R. Davoodi. 2000. Corruption, Structural Reforms, and

Economic Performance in the Transition Economies. IMF Working Paper No. 00/132.

 

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