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Introduction to the Symposium on New Directions in Anticorruption Law

  • Rachel Brewster (a1) and Alexandra Huneeus (a2)
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The authors would like to thank Katy Garcia for her excellent research assistance.

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1 Guillermo Jorge, The Impact of Corporate Liability on Corruption in Latin America, 113 AJIL Unbound 320 (2019).

2 Michelle R. Sanchez-Badin & Arthur Sanchez-Badin, Anticorruption in Brazil: From International Legal Order to Disorder, 113 AJIL Unbound 326 (2019).

3 Jimena Reyes, State Capture Through Corruption: Can Human Rights Help?, 113 AJIL Unbound 331 (2019).

4 James Thuo Gathii, Recharacterizing Corruption to Encompass Illicit Financial Flows, 113 AJIL Unbound 336 (2019).

5 Lucinda A. Low, Dealing with Allegations of Corruption in International Arbitration, 113 AJIL Unbound 341 (2019).

6 Emilie M. Hafner-Burton & Christina J. Schneider, Donor Rules or Donors Rule? International Institutions and Political Corruption, 113 AJIL Unbound 346 (2019).

The authors would like to thank Katy Garcia for her excellent research assistance.

Introduction to the Symposium on New Directions in Anticorruption Law

  • Rachel Brewster (a1) and Alexandra Huneeus (a2)

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