Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -196) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction 2. What is 'transnational corporate bribery' and why do we need to regulate it? 3. Conceptualising the 'regulatory' framework : policing as regulation 4. Legal frameworks for enforcement : from the international to the national 5. Enforcing the law : structure, practice and discretion 6. Theories of enforcement : prosecution policies 7. Theories of self-regulation : manufactured and organic self-regulatory practices 8. Understanding 'regulatory' performance and determining 'adequate' enforcement 9. The 'default position' : accommodating transnational corporate bribery.