THE PLACE FOR COMBATING CORRUPTION ON THE MERCOSUR AGENDA (2003-2015)

Leonardo Granato, Rogério Gesta Leal

Abstract


The study of anti-corruption policies is a relatively new phenomenon in Latin America. Having in mind that the Inter-American and the United Nations Conventions on the combating of corruption, of 1996 and 2003, respectively, establish the need to deepen  intergovernmental cooperation in a complementary and convergent manner to national efforts in this regard, this paper proposes a study of the place that the fight against corruption has had on the Mercosur agenda in the period of 2003-2015, and of its expressions related to the institutionality of the bloc.

Keywords


Public Policies; Corruption; Regional Integration; Mercosur



DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.59052

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