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Additional teaching tools
This section includes links to relevant teaching aides such as PowerPoint slides, video material and case studies, that could help the lecturer teach the issues covered by the Module. Lecturers can adapt the slides and other resources to their needs.
- Presentation on Module 5 (forthcoming)
- Corporate Criminal Enforcement Using Corporate Liability to Induce Corporate Policing (Jennifer Arlen, 2016).
- Videos on collective action initiatives, developed by the Center of Collective Action at the Basel Institute of Governance » This series offers interviews with some of the leading anti-corruption and collective action experts who explain what is collective action, what benefits they bring to markets and society, who is involved in them and success strategies for Collective Action Initiatives.
- Ethics Illustrated: How to Avoid Conflicts of Interest (2018). United States Department of Agriculture Office of Ethics (4:43 mins). » This video provides practical advice that employees can use right away to identify and avoid conflicts of interest, properly respond to gifts offered from vendors, and ensure the highest standards of impartiality are upheld.
- Corporate Culture (2016). Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business (14:34 mins). » This video provides an overview of a research project that involves nearly 2,000 executives to learn their views on corporate culture.
- Corruption Risk in Pharma and Medical Device Markets (2016). Richard Bistrong (15:35 mins). » In this video from the 17 th Annual Pharma and Medical Device Compliance Congress, anti-corruption and compliance experts discuss during a panel on "Behind the Bribe: Multiple Real World Perspectives on How Foreign Bribery Occurs, Is Investigated, and Could Be Prevented."
- Corruption in Brazil: the scam that put politicians behind bars (2017). The Economist (4:49 mins). » In this short video, The Economist's journalists present one of the world's biggest corruption scandals, which has started with investigation in a Brazilian car was and has spread to 16 countries, embroiled more than 100 politicians and business leaders and put billionaires behind bars.
- MACN: Tackling Maritime Corruption in Argentina (2019). BSR (5:14 mins). » This video presents the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) in Argentina and its anti-corruption efforts including a comprehensive Collective Action programme.
- FCPA Blog offers more than 7 000 posts by 600 different authors including news and commentary about white-collar crime, enforcement actions and compliance with anti-corruption legislation, in particular with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
- FCPA Clearinghouse is an online platform developed by the Stanford Law School that includes various FCPA-related materials such as reports, articles and statistics.
- The Basel Institute of Governance's website offers a rich collection of open access materials on Private Sector Corruption, Collective Action and Compliance.
Case studies, news articles and blogs
- Cassin, Richard L. (2010). Prison for Ex-Willbros Execs. The FCPA Blog, 28 January.
- Phys.org (2019). Corruption contagion: How legal and finance firms are at greater risk of corruption, 24 April.
- Sun, Andrew (2019). Why it makes good business sense to focus on environmental, social and corporate governance practices. South China Morning Post, 25 April.
- The Maritime Executive (2019). IMO Sets New Anti-Corruption Agenda, 15 April.
- United States of America before the Securities and Exchange Commission (2007). In the Matter of the Dow Chemical Company, Respondent. Administrative Proceeding, File No. 3-12567 (Case study).
- United States of America v. AGA Medical Corporation Information (2008). U.S. District Court Minneapolis, Minnesota, Case 0:08-cr-00172 (Case study).
- The Fight Against Corruption » This e-learning tool is a joint product of the UN Global Compact and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime. It uses six interactive learning modules to further the audience's understanding of the UN Global Compact's 10th principle against corruption and the UN Convention against Corruption as it applies to the private sector. The tool is targeted at everyone who acts on behalf of a company. Each module only lasts about five minutes, providing a quick and effective way of learning. And it is fun too!