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Global Corruption

Research note

It is best to consult secondary resources (books and articles) before primary (cases and legislation). This method:

  • shortens your work by relying on the research already conducted and described by legal experts.
  • directs you to the most important cases and legislation

 

G. Ferguson's Global Corruption is an excellent starting place.

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

Countries

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