publication . Other literature type . Preprint . 2017

Freedom from Official Corruption as a Human Right

Andrew B. Spalding;
  • Published: 10 May 2017
  • Publisher: LawArXiv
Abstract
<p>International law does not currently regard an act of official corruption as the violation of a human right. But as recent steps by Chinese leaders, political shifts in India, the EuroMaidan in Ukraine, and the Arab Spring all reflect, an international consensus is emerging that corruption is a pervasive and pernicious social problem, structural obstacle to economic growth and threat to global security.Coauthored with Matthew Murray U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa</p>
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publication . Other literature type . Preprint . 2017

Freedom from Official Corruption as a Human Right

Andrew B. Spalding;