This Article focuses on the role of the private sector in fighting corruption. It argues that it is necessary for the private sector to take a more active role in creating meaningful deterrents to international bribery. Part I of the Article offers background on the concept and extent of corruption in general, and bribery in particular. Part II examines the existing U.S. and international legal framework for combating the payment of bribes abroad. Part III looks at non-State actors who may lead implementation efforts in the future.
Ethan S. Burger and Mary S. Holland,
Why the Private Sector is Likely to Lead the Next Stage in the Global Fight Against Corruption,
30 Fordham Int'l L.J. 45
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