Global corruption report 2007 /
- Publication info:
- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
On the Shelf
- Global corruption report 2007 / Transparency International.
- Corporate Author:
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007
- Cover Title:
- Global corruption report 2007 : corruption in judicial systems.
- Variant Title:
- Corruption in judicial systems
- Physical Description:
xxviii, 372 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Introducing the problem
- Independence, political interference and corruption
- Accountability and competence of judges
- The broader justice system
- Courts, culture and corruption
- Lessons learned about fighting judicial corruption
- Country reports on judicial corruption
- Corruption research
- When are judges likely to be corrupt?
- Bribes, punishment and judicial immunity
- Informality, legal institutions and social norms
- Enforcement of anti-corruption laws: the need for performance monitoring
- The global corruption barometer
- Measuring corruption: myths and realities
- Corruption perceptions index 2006
- Bribe payers index 2006
- International business attitudes to corruption
- Business corruption: speak out or take part
- Specific manifestations of corruption: comparing Brazil and Russia
- Explaining patterns of corruption in the Russian regions
- Quantifying public procurement losses in the Czech Republic
- Identifying reticent respondents in Romanian Corruption surveys
- Ancorage-net: sharing knowledge-based solutions to corruption control
- Auditing, accountability and anti-corruption: how relevant are autonomous audit agendas?