This Article will (1) briefly discuss domestic U.S. anti-corruption efforts through a review of the substantive content of the 1977 FCPA and its 1988 amendments; (2) evaluate indicators of changes in domestic attitudes and policies toward business corruption as evidenced by the breadth and scope of recent increased enforcement activities of DOJ and the SEC; (3) analyze the factors causing recent changes in international attitudes and policies toward business corruption; and (4) examine the resulting international efforts to combat business corruption by governmental and non-governmental organizations, financial standard setting organizations, and financial institutions.
Barbara C. George, Kathleen A. Lacey, and Jutta Birmele,
On the Threshold of the Adoption of Global Antibribery Legislation,
32 Vanderbilt Law Review
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