Dobson, Rebecca
January 2008
Global Corruption Report;2008, p121
The article focuses on the Transparency International's "Global Corruption Report 2008," which provides an overview of major corruption-related events and a review of progress in institutional anti-corruption reforms from July 2006 to July 2007. Some of the major themes discussed in the report are corruption in both politics and the judiciary, international reach of corruption and institutional anti-corruption reform.


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