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Never before have world order and global security been threatened by so many destabilizing factors —from the collapse of macroeconomic stability to nuclear proliferation, terrorism, and tyranny. Corruption, Global Security, and World Order reveals corruption to be at the very center of these threats and proposes remedies such as positive leadership, enhanced transparency, tougher punishments, and enforceable sanctions. Although eliminating corruption is difficult, this book's careful prescriptions can reduce and contain threats to global security.

Contributors: Matthew Bunn (Harvard University), Erica Chenoweth (Wesleyan University), Sarah Dix (Government of Papua New Guinea), Peter Eigen (Freie Universität, Berlin, and Africa Progress Panel), Kelly M. Greenhill (Tufts University), Charles Griffin (World Bank and Brookings), Ben W. Heineman Jr. (Harvard University), Nathaniel Heller (Global Integrity), Jomo Kwame Sundaram (United Nations), Lucy Koechlin (University of Basel, Switzerland), Johann Graf Lambsdorff (University of Passau, Germany, and Transparency International), Robert Legvold (Columbia University), Emmanuel Pok (National Research Institute, Papua New Guinea), Susan Rose-Ackerma n (Yale University), Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona (United Nations), Daniel Jordan Smith (Brown University), Rotimi T. Suberu (Bennington College), Jessica C. Teets (Middlebury College), and Laura Underkuffler (Cornell University).

Table of Contents

  1. Front Cover
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  1. Copyright Information
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  1. Table of Contents
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. 1 How Corruption Compromises World Peace and Stability
  2. Robert I. Rotberg
  3. pp. 1-26
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  1. 2 Defining Corruption: Implications for Action
  2. Laura S. Underkuffler
  3. pp. 27-46
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  1. 3 Defining and Measuring Corruption: Where Have We Come From, Where Are We Now, and What Matters For the Future?
  2. Nathaniel Heller
  3. pp. 47-65
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  1. 4 Corruption in the Wake of Domestic National Conflict
  2. Susan Rose-Ackerman
  3. pp. 66-95
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  1. 5 Kleptocratic Interdependence: Trafficking, Corruption, and the Marriage of Politics and Illicit Profits
  2. Kelly M. Greenhill
  3. pp. 96-123
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  1. 6 Corruption and Nuclear Proliferation
  2. Matthew Bunn
  3. pp. 124-166
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  1. 7 To Bribe or to Bomb: Do Corruption and Terrorism Go Together?
  2. Jessica C. Teets and Erica Chenoweth
  3. pp. 167-193
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  1. 8 Corruption, the Criminalized State, and Post-Soviet Transitions
  2. Robert Legvold
  3. pp. 194-238
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  1. 9 Combating Corruption in Traditional Societies: Papua New Guinea
  2. Sarah Dix and Emmanuel Pok
  3. pp. 239-259
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  1. 10 The Travails of Nigeria's Anti-Corruption Crusade
  2. Rotimi T. Suberu
  3. pp. 260-282
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  1. 11 The Paradoxes of Popular Participation in Corruption in Nigeria
  2. Daniel Jordan Smith
  3. pp. 283-309
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  1. 12 Corruption and Human Rights: Exploring the Connection
  2. Lucy Koechlin and Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona
  3. pp. 310-340
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  1. 13 Leadership Alters Corrupt Behavior
  2. Robert I. Rotberg
  3. pp. 341-358
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  1. 14 The Role of the Multi-National Corporation in the Long War against Corruption
  2. Ben W. Heineman, Jr.
  3. pp. 359-388
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  1. 15 The Organization of Anti-Corruption: Getting Incentives Right
  2. Johann Graf Lambsdorff
  3. pp. 389-415
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  1. 16 A Coalition to Combat Corruption: TI, EITI, and Civil Society
  2. Peter Eigen
  3. pp. 416-429
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  1. 17 Reducing Corruption in the Health and Education Sectors
  2. Charles C. Griffin
  3. pp. 430-456
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  1. 18 Good Governance, Anti-Corruption, and Economic Development
  2. Jomo Kwame Sundaram
  3. pp. 457-468
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 469-475
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 477-497
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  1. Back Cover
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780815703969
MARC Record
OCLC
489260840
Pages
497
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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