Call for Papers for the inaugural conference/workshop of the Anti-Corruption Interest Group (ACLIG), designed by the American Society of International Law (ASIL) to create a forum for mutual engagement among practitioners and scholars.
October 2-3, 2015, at the University of Pennsylvania.
Co-chairs: Professor Spalding and Professor Philip Nichols
Papers submission from both academics and practitioners are welcome. Those interested should submit a one-page proposal to Ms. Lauretta Tomasco at email@example.com by August 7, 2015.
If accepted, a proposer must supply a paper of at least five pages by September 25, 2015.
Submissions on any topic related to corruption are welcome. Possible topics might include but are not limited to:
- the nature, manifestations and forms of corruption
- effects of corruption on business, economies, governments, or society
- domestic control of corruption
- comparative analysis of domestic corruption laws
- corporate liability for corruption
- codes of conduct to control corruption
- contracting/controlling third party risk
- corruption within nongovernmental organizations
- collective anticorruption programs
- anticorruption certification standards
- control of transnational corruption
- national and international anticorruption regimes
- coordination of anticorruption regimes
- soft law controls on corruption
- legal recourse for victims of corruption
- an anticorruption organization
More information: Professor Spalding at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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