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Issues in Anti-Corruption Law: Drafting Implementing Regulations for Anti-Corruption Conventions in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union
Journal of Legislation (2010)
  • Bryane Michael, Stockholm School of Economics
Abstract
Since the mid-1990s, many Eastern European and Former Soviet countries have adopted anti-corruption laws. These laws have failed to reduce corruption. This article discusses how to improve the implementation of these laws through regulatory instruments -- implemented by executive agencies. It discusses how to structure repressive anti-corruption organs within law enforcement agencies and set the optimal fine for administrative offences.
Keywords
  • legislation,
  • anti-corruption,
  • eastern europe,
  • corruption
Publication Date
2010
Citation Information
Bryane Michael. "Issues in Anti-Corruption Law: Drafting Implementing Regulations for Anti-Corruption Conventions in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union" Journal of Legislation Vol. 36 Iss. 2 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bryane_michael/55/