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:
- Brown, Clare (2018). The Sarawak Report: The Inside Story of the 1MDB Exposé. Lost World Press.
- Bullough, Oliver (2018). Moneyland: Why Thieves and Crooks Now Rule The World and How to Take It Back. Profile Books.
- Della Porta, Donatella, and Alberto Vannucci (2005). Corruption as a Normative System. International Conference on Corruption Control in Political Life and the Quality of Democracy: A Comparative Perspective Europe - Latin America.
- Heinrich, Finn (2017). Corruption and Inequality: How Populists Mislead People. Transparency International, 25 January.
- Holmes, Leslie (2015). Corruption: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press.
- Hough, Dan (2017). Analysing Corruption: An Introduction. Columbia University Press.
- Kassa, Saba, Jacopo Costa, and Claudia Baez Camargo (2019). Corruption and wildlife trafficking: exploring drivers, facilitators and networks behind illegal wildlife trade in East Africa. Working Paper Series, No. 30. Basel, Switzerland: Basel Institute of Governance.
- Key, John (2016). New Zealand: A Culture of Fair Play. Against Corruption: A Collection of Essays. UK Government Policy Paper.
- Klitgaard, Robert (1988). Controlling Corruption. University of California Press.
- Montero, David (2018). Kickback: Exposing the Global Corporate Bribery Network. Viking.
- Okonko-Iweala, Ngozi (2018). Fighting Corruption is Dangerous: The Story Behind the Headlines. The MIT Press.
- Stephenson, Matthew (2019). A Reminder: Year-to-Year CPI Comparisons for Individual Countries are Meaningless, Misleading, and Should Be Avoided. The Global Anti-Corruption Blog.
- Rose-Ackerman, Susan and Bonnie J. Palifka (2016). Corruption and Government: Causes, Consequences, and Reform, second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Rothstein, Bo (2011). The Quality of Government: Corruption, Social Trust, and Inequality in International Perspective. University of Chicago Press.
- Underkuffler, Laura S. (2013). Captured by Evil: The Idea of Corruption in Law. New Haven: Yale University Press.
- United Nations (2004). The United Nations Convention against Corruption. New York.
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (2015). National Anti-Corruption Strategies: A Practical Guide for Development and Implementation. Vienna.
- Visual Capitalist (2019). Visualizing Corruption Around the World. 1 February.
- Wright, Tom (2018). Billion Dollar Whale: The Man Who Fooled Wall Street, Hollywood, and the World. Hachette Books.
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