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Corruption in Context: Social, Economic and Political Dimensions

Learn about the rule of law against corruption in the context of various social, economic and political dimensions.

Publisher: BCcampus OpenEd
This free course teaches you about the social, economic and political dimensions of institutional and economic corruption. You will learn how corrupt practices by corporations and politicians have serious adverse effects on society at local, national and international levels, often affecting the poor most severely. The material also covers how governments and international bodies try to fight corruption.
Corruption in Context: Social, Economic and Political Dimensions
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    1.5-3 Hours
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This free online course teaches you about social corruption in society, from the drivers of corruption to political and economic views on graft, and even the role of corporate social responsibility (CSR).

It starts by discussing privately held power and the adverse effects of corruption on human rights, gender equality and climate change. You will learn about the prevalence of corruption throughout society with examples.

Next, you study the historical development of transparency and international corruption laws in developing countries, and different government officials' political views on levels of corruption. The material also teaches you about CSR, how it was developed and its role in the fight against corruption to increase economic growth.

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