This volume provides up-to-date studies on international anti-corruption regimes from an interdisciplinary point of view. Focusing on Europe, selected cross-border initiatives of the last years to combat corruption are analysed. The chapters are written by political scientists, lawyers, sociologists, economists, and by practitioners.
The volume contains both qualitative and quantitative studies. Moreover, it often takes cultural aspects into account within its four parts: “The European Dimension”, “Political and Legal Instruments”, “Culture, Perceptions, and Experiences”, and “Practitioners’ Perspectives”.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Wolf & Schmidt-Pfister: International Anti-Corruption Regimes in Europe: Between Corruption, Integration, and Culture
Sebastian Wolf & Diana Schmidt-Pfister have published International Anti-Corruption Regimes in Europe: Between Corruption, Integration, and Culture (Nomos 2010). The table of contents is available here. Here's the abstract: