Is Collective Action against corruption a competition risk for companies? - from Perspectives on Antitrust Compliance
This chapter (26) of Perspectives on Antitrust Compliance covers the scope and purpose of anti-corruption Collective Action and explains why Collective Action and peer collaboration are important in tackling corruption. It then gives practical advice on how to overcome concerns and avoid antitrust risks, including many examples from initiatives around the world.
Edited by Anne Riley, Andreas Stephan and Anny Tubbs, the book as a whole focuses on debates surrounding the function and design of antitrust compliance programmes. Its starting point is that increasingly, antitrust compliance is seen by companies not as a standalone topic, but as part of a suite of compliance efforts needed by companies to ensure that they comply with societal and shareholder expectations.
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