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Peer Review and the Global Anti-Corruption Conventions: Context, Theory and Practice

Bao, Edmund; Hall, Kath


This article considers the operation of peer review in the anti-corruption context. Peer review is the systematic examination and assessment of the performance of a State by other States, with the ultimate goal of helping the reviewed State comply with established standards. It is a favoured regulatory mechanism by non-governmental organisations (WTO), supranational bodies (African Union) and under multilateral conventions (OECD). Notwithstanding this, peer review is an unconventional...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Year Book of International Law
DOI: .2139/ssrn.3025230


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