This module is a resource for lecturers
The following readings are recommended for students interested in exploring the topics of this Module in more detail, and for lecturers teaching the Module:
- Abdelsalam, Mohamed R. (2017). Applying Civil Law to Curb Corruption: A tool for Civil Society and Individuals. Paper presented at the 2017 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum. Paris, March.
- Barkhouse, Angela, Hugo Hoyland, and Marc Limon (2018). Corruption: A human rights impact assessment. Universal Rights Group and Kroll Policy Brief.
- De Beco, Gauthier (2011). Monitoring corruption from a human rights perspective, The International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 15, No. 7, October 2011, pp. 1107–1124
- Figueiredo, André T. D. (2017). Corruption and Human Rights: Beyond the Link. Wolf Legal Publishers.
- Ivory, Radha (2019). Beyond Transnational Criminal Law: Anti-Corruption as Global New Governance. London Review of International Law, vol. 6, issue 3 (March), pp. 413-442.
- Kuhner, Tim (2013). The Democracy to Which We are Entitled: Human Rights and the Problem of Money in Politics. Harvard Human Rights Journal, vol. 26, no. 1.
- Peters, Anne (2015). Corruption and Human Rights. Basel Institute on Governance.
- Rothstein, Bo, and Aiysha Varraich (2017). Making Sense of Corruption. Cambridge University Press.
- Spalding, Andrew B. (2014). Corruption, Corporations, and the New Human Right. Washington University Law Review, vol. 91, issue 6, pp.1365-1428.
- United Nations, General Assembly (1948). Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 10 December. A/RES/217A.
- United Nations, General Assembly (1985). Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary. 29 November. A/RES/40/32.
- United Nations, General Assembly (2013). Independence and impartiality of the judiciary, jurors and assessors and the independence of lawyers, 19 June. A/HRC/RES/23/6.
- United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner (2019). The price is rights: The violation of the right to an adequate standard of living in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Geneva.
- Voight, Stefan, and Jerg Gutmann (2015). On the Wrong Side of the Law – Causes and Consequences of a Corrupt Judiciary. International Review of Law and Economics, vol. 43, pp. 156-166.
- Warren, Mark E. (2004). What Does Corruption Mean in a Democracy? American Journal of Political Science, vol. 48, no. 2 (April), pp. 328-343.
- You, Jong-Sung, and Sanjeev Khagram (2005). A Comparative Study of Inequality and Corruption. American Sociological Review, vol. 70, issue 1 (February), p.p. 136-157.
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