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Claire A. Hill and Brett H. McDonnell

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Geoffrey P. Miller

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Edited by Claude Ménard and Elodie Bertrand

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Claude Ménard and Elodie Bertrand

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The introduction outlines the scope of the book, and describes the problem of corruption, pointing out common criminal law enforcement challenges, and offering better anticorruption solutions by drawing on both legal and economic reasoning. The phenomenon of corruption is described and defined, as are other key concepts, such as what is meant when referring to the criminal justice system, or a country’s integrity mechanisms, and why is it necessary to identify efficiency criteria for criminal law enforcement. Law and economics offer a broad range of tools for controlling corruption; how they are used depends on mutual understanding and collaboration between the disciplines.
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Edited by Theodore Eisenberg and Giovanni B. Ramello

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Edited by Claude Ménard and Elodie Bertrand