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Job Posting Business Integrity Executive
The CDC Group is looking for a Business Integrity Executive to work for their Business Integrity and Compliance team in London. CDC Group is the UK’s Development Finance Institution (DFI) tasked with the inspiring mission to invest in businesses in Africa and South Asia to create jobs and make a lasting difference to people’s lives in some of the world’s poorest places. The team plays an important role in reinforcing the CDC Group’s reputation as a responsible investor; ensuring that CDC Group meets its regulatory commitments on financial crime; and working to enhance private sector standards in financial crime management in our target geographies. The Business Integrity Executive leads on due diligence of integrity risks associated with an investment, as well as designing and implementing a suitable monitoring process once an investment is made. In parallel, the Executive promotes the importance of business integrity both within and outside of CDC Group.
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Blog Entry Troff document Help Transparency International to unmask the corrupt
Transparency International launched a new competition, "Unmask the Corrupt", on Wednesday 9th December - Anti-corruption day.
Call for Papers chemical/x-pdb Transparency, Governance and Innovation: Opportunities and/or threats towards sustainable development? (Deadline: 15.09.2014)
The Fourth International Conference of the Faculty of Business Administration of the Université Antonine will seek to consolidate and present the work corresponding to research on transparency, governance and innovation in the context of sustainable development. The objectives of the work to be submitted contribute to the identification of the three issues mentioned above and attach to national, international or global practices; analyze and evaluate the opportunities and / or threats from each and put into perspective their impact on sustainable development.
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Blog Entry Anti-Corruption Research Centres in the Asia Pacific Region, listed by thematic focus.
This is a list of anti-corruption research centres in the Asia-Pacific region, grouped by focus.
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Institution(s): Hertie School of Governance Research Field: financial integrity and public financial management
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Research Article Managing the crisis: A comparative analysis of economic governance in 14 countries
Using data from the Bertelsmann Transformation Index for transition countries and the Sustainable Governance Indicators for OECD countries, this report analyses the countries’ capacities to respond to the economic crisis 2007-2009. For transition countries, a lack of these capacities is found to be strongly correlated to widespread corruption.
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Research Article SIS package Corporate Governance and Corruption: A Cross-Country Analysis
This paper examines the supply-side of corruption. The author argues that corporate governance is among the important factors determining the level of corruption. Using a cross-country dataset, the paper tests hypotheses that explicitly link various measures of corporate governance to the level of corruption. The results show that corporate governance standards can have profound impacts on the effectiveness of the global anti-corruption campaign.
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Research Article The persistence of corruption: Evidence from the 1992 presidential impeachment in Brazil
The 1992 impeachment of president Collor in Brazil and its impact on politically connected companies both in the short and long term. In this paper Rita examines the 1992 impeachment of president Collor in Brazil to analyze its impact on politically connected companies both in the short and long term. In an innovative approach, she uses an event study methodology to establish the short-term effect of impeachment on the companies' performance.
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Research Article The rise of the prosecutorial efforts in foreign corruption: Lessons learned from recent FCPA cases
Mr. Ong’s article is a concise and compelling piece published this year about legal enforcement trends of the U.S.’ Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”). It is an easy-to-read retrospective which offers insightful suggestions to corruption regulators the world over. It encourages us to re-examine what existing legal tools we have at our disposal and how to cleverly use them to our advantage as anti-corruption advocates. He demonstrates that we don’t need to reinvent the wheel in order to strengthen the anti-corruption legal framework and its enforcement.
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Research Article SIS package Commercial Corruption and Money Laundering: A Preliminary Analysis
This article examines the relationship between commercial corruption and money laundering. In the absence of previous systematic studies in private sector corruption, the author first attempts to clarify this concept. According to him, private sector or commercial corruption involves the payment or the acceptance of a bribe by a person that does not belong to the government sector. He then explains the rationale for criminalising private sector corruption by referring to the need to protect companies against unfair competition and the duty of loyalty owed by employees to their employers.
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