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Anti-Corruption Policy : Can International Actors Play a Constructive Role?

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This edited volume assessing the role of international actors in the fight against corruption grew out of a workshop at the Rockefeller Foundation┐s Bellagio Center. The volume brings together a distinguished group of scholars and practitioners to discuss the pros and cons of international action. The interdisciplinary roster includes social science scholars, lawyers, personnel of international financial institutions, a journalist, and representatives of civil society organizations. Among the topics covered are the role of World Bank, proposals for an international anti-corruption tribunal, sanctioning systems, media freedom, and corruption in natural resources and procurement.

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