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Fall 2016 Semester
May 24, 2020
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CRIM 1500 - Corruption, Integrity, and Accountability
Traces the history, nature, and current effects of corruption using concrete cases and illustrations. Covers international and national laws and standards against corruption (with special emphasis on the U.N. Convention against Corruption and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act). Discusses efforts to measure corruption, governance, and anticorruption efforts. Focuses on the role of stakeholders from private sector to government, civil society, and individual actors. Corruption affects every aspect of our life and its quality. From bribery and illicit enrichment to obstruction of justice, from abuse of power to clientelism and favoritism, corrupt acts touch global, national, and local communities. Illustrates how fundamental are the values and practice of integrity, responsibility, and accountability.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours

Syllabus Available
Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Criminology & Criminal Justice Department

Course Attributes:
NU Core Comp Stdy of Cultures, NUpath Ethical Reasoning, NUpath Societies/Institutions, UG Col Socl Sci & Humanities

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