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Corporate lobbying's new frontier: from influencing policy-making to shaping public debate

Miller, D. (2009) Corporate lobbying's new frontier: from influencing policy-making to shaping public debate. In: Global Corruption Report. Transparency International Global Corruption Reports . Cambridge University Press in association with Transparency International.. ISBN 9780521132404

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Abstract

The private sector plays a pivotal role in fighting corruption worldwide. Transparency International's Global Corruption Report 2009 documents in unique detail the many corruption risks for businesses, ranging from small entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa to multinationals from Europe and North America. More than 75 experts examine the scale, scope and devastating consequences of a wide range of corruption issues, including bribery and policy capture, corporate fraud, cartels, corruption in supply chains and transnational transactions, emerging challenges for carbon trading markets, sovereign wealth funds and growing economic centres, such as Brazil, China and India. The Report also discusses the most promising tools to tackle corruption in business, identifies pressing areas for reform and outlines how companies, governments, investors, consumers and other stakeholders can contribute to raising corporate integrity and meeting the challenges that corruption poses to sustainable economic growth and development.

Item type: Book Section
ID code: 26831
Keywords: corporate lobbying, new frontier, policy-making, to shaping public debate, Law (General), Sociology
Subjects: Law > Law (General)
Social Sciences > Sociology
Department: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS) > School of Social Work and Social Policy > Sociology
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    Depositing user: Mr David McMinn
    Date Deposited: 16 Sep 2010 13:40
    Last modified: 17 Jul 2013 13:37
    URI: http://strathprints.strath.ac.uk/id/eprint/26831

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