Stop Corruption 5 results

Whistleblowing is a Tricky Business

In 1864, the US Congress passed the “False Claims Act” that was first signed into law by Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War. The act allowed an individual to file suit on behalf of the United States against anyone committing fraud impacting the federal government.

Corruption in the Private Sector

With the legal frameworks being put in place, including the UK Bribery Act 2010, employees who may previously have felt pressured to behave unethically ...

Informational Anti-Corruption

Recently a prominent member of the Commission on Corporate Responsibility andAnti-Corruption of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) complained about what he perceived as a “tsumani” of anti-corruption ...

Corruption and Country Development

Since the mid-1990s, development organizations such as the IMF and World Bank have pushed the idea of “fighting corruption” ...

Corruption in Public Contracting

Doing business using corruption is a short-term game. Usually a bribe leads to extortion. The official receiving or wanting to receive bribes ...