PUBLISHED:February 18, 2015

Integrating Anti-Corruption Law into International Economic Law Roundtable

Friday, March 20
ALL DAY | Room 3000
Duke Law School

Anti-corruption norms have a significant but often underappreciated effect on the operation of international commerce.  The aim of this roundtable is to begin a discussion of how to integrate anti-corruption laws into the mainstream of international economic law.  Key themes include:  the effect of anti-corruption laws on cross-border trade and investment flows, the influence of varying national enforcement of anti-corruption laws, and the effect of these norms on the operation of multinational firms.

Duke faculty interested in attending should contact Ali Prince by March 17.


Roundtable Papers

Roundtable Program