Corruption : economic analysis and international law / the late Marco Arnone, former director, Center for Macroeconomics and Finance Research, Italy; Leonardo S. Borlini, Bocconi University, Italy.
Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 
xxviii, 630 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Opening remarks : Corruption and economic analysis Firms, markets, and corruption Corruption and macroeconomic performance Financial markets : bonds, stocks, and politically-connected firms The impact of corruption on shares' returns of euro-area listed industrial firms Operational efficiency, corruption, and political stability in microfinance Governance, corruption, and effects on institutions How corruption affects the economic and institutional textures of states : three case examples The US FCPA as the achetype of supranational anti-bribery regulation The emergence of an international framework : regional, international, and multilateral treaties and initiatives Criminalization of the offense Sanctions and corporate liability Jurisdictional issues Mutual legal assistance and extradition Preventive and non-criminal-related measures Follow-up procedures as specific cases of international supervision Asset recovery.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 529-593) and index.
K5216 .A97 2014
9781849802666 hardback 1849802661 hardback 9781781006139 (e-book) 178100613X