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Global Corruption Map- Corruption Perceptions Index
What is Corruption?
Principal – Agent - Third Party
Trust Public trust Trust from the principal Betrayal of the Trust Morals Malfunction
Aspects of Corruption
Power-based or Extortive Corruption
- Under developed and developing countries - Kleptocracy
Transactional Corruption - Advanced countries or market economy - Buying out public function for private gains
Power-related or Extortion type corruption
 Corruption as ‘government failure’ or ‘ruling system’s failure’ defames integrity and causes governance intervention by foreign powers  Turks and Caicos cases  Anti-Corruption suit by Transparency International, which is French NGO, on African countries’ presidents (Gabon, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, etc.) in French court.
Transactional corruption  This type corruption adversely affects global market and governments by multinational corporations  Unfair competition  Siemens case
 Siemens, Germany multinational corporation, concluded the case by settling to pay 1.6 billion dollar as penalty in anticorruption investigation initiated by the U.S. and Germany prosecutors from 2008.  It was revealed that 1.3 billion dollar of corporate money was used on corrupt conduct by Siemens as operating business by means of corruption in the world.  Siemens executives received reduced punishment after promising to prevent corruption by disclosing violations through internal investigation and introducing compliance program


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Title Anti corruption
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Park, Eun Young

Publisher

Law, Kim & Chang

Date 2015-12
Pages 49
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation