This guide covers electronic and print resources on corruption law in an international context. Corruption law encompasses a wide variety of issues that includes money laundering, government transparency, organized crime, trade, and investment regulations. Corruption law can frequently incorporate aspects of comparative, international, and foreign law.
The law library has many materials on corruption law and the titles below are meant only as starting points. To locate more resources, search the Law Library catalog using keywords (e.g. corruption transnational or money laundering).
Revised May 2023 (dei)