Between Corruption, Integration and Culture : the Politics of International Anti-Corruption

@inproceedings{Wolf2010BetweenCI,
  title={Between Corruption, Integration and Culture : the Politics of International Anti-Corruption},
  author={Sebastian Wolf and Diana Schmidt-Pfister},
  year={2010}
}
Even in the late 1980s, it would have been impossible to publish a whole book on international anti-corruption policies. For decades, fighting corruption at the international level was a non-issue for both practitioners and scholars. It is only since the mid-1990s that anti-corruption efforts are high on the agenda of international organisations. Since then, a bulk of literature on combating corruption has emerged. However, many publications only focus on national anti-corruption policies. We… Expand

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