Focus & Scope

The journal focuses on examining the multifaceted dimensions of corruption from a legal standpoint. It explores the causes, consequences, and manifestations of corruption, as well as the legal frameworks, policies, and strategies employed to combat it. The journal promotes rigorous research, theoretical discussions, and empirical studies to advance knowledge and generate insights into the complex relationship between law and corruption.

Thematic Lines:

Legal Frameworks and Anti-Corruption Legislation: Analyzing the development, effectiveness, and shortcomings of legal frameworks and regulatory mechanisms designed to combat corruption.

Comparative Perspectives on Corruption: Investigating different legal approaches, strategies, and enforcement mechanisms employed in various jurisdictions to tackle corruption.

Judicial Response to Corruption: Examining landmark cases, legal precedents, and judicial decision-making in corruption-related matters.

Public Sector Integrity and Accountability: Exploring legal measures, ethical standards, and transparency mechanisms aimed at promoting integrity and accountability in public institutions.

Corporate Governance and Anti-Corruption Compliance: Investigating the legal obligations, responsibilities, and best practices for corporations in preventing and addressing corruption within their operations.

International Cooperation in Anti-Corruption Efforts: Analyzing legal frameworks, conventions, and mechanisms facilitating international cooperation in combating corruption and recovering stolen assets.

Human Rights and Corruption: Exploring the impact of corruption on human rights, examining legal approaches to address the intersection between corruption and human rights violations.

Corruption and Development: Investigating the relationship between corruption, legal systems, and socio-economic development, with a focus on policy implications and potential solutions.

Through these thematic lines, the "Journal of Law and Corruption Review" aims to foster critical analysis, promote informed discussions, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of law and corruption.