Below is a collection of resources related to narrower subtopics of corruption.
Since its formation in 1999, the Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption “objective is to improve the capacity of its members to fight corruption by monitoring their compliance with Council of Europe anti-corruption standards through a dynamic process of mutual evaluation and peer pressure. It helps to identify deficiencies in national anti-corruption policies, prompting the necessary legislative, institutional and practical reforms. GRECO also provides a platform for the sharing of best practice in the prevention and detection of corruption.” Its website includes the evaluations and additional materials.
European Commission: Transparency
The European Commission’s European Transparency Initiative provides feedback and structure for the debate on lobbying activities in the E.U.
The trade and investment regulations, both at the national and international levels, are some of the legal tools used to combat corruption. Taxation and reporting requirements are an examples of these types of regulations. The list below is meant to address the breadth of this issue and to present starting points for locating further resources.