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What Do we Know about Corruption (and Anti-Corruption) in Customs?
World Customs Journal (2010)
  • Bryane Michael, Stockholm School of Economics
  • Nigel Moore
Abstract
What are the lessons from anti-corruption programmes in Customs agencies over the last 20 years? The data suggest that many of the usual activities -- like codes of conduct and posters do not work. Internal inspectorates, and particularly internal audit, has a large effect on reducing corruption. A review of the literature and best practice presented.
Keywords
  • anticorruption,
  • customs,
  • WCO,
  • inspectorates
Publication Date
Spring 2010
Citation Information
Bryane Michael and Nigel Moore. "What Do we Know about Corruption (and Anti-Corruption) in Customs?" World Customs Journal Vol. 4 Iss. 1 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bryane_michael/54/