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  1. Core Reading 4 items
    1. The internationalisation of corruption: scale, impact and countermeasures - Clare Fletcher, Daniela Herrmann ©2012 (electronic resource)

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    2. OLAF at the crossroads: action against EU fraud - Constantin Stefanou, Simone White, Helen Xanthaki, ebrary, Inc 2011 (electronic resource)

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    3. International white collar crime: cases and materials - Bruce Zagaris, ebrary, Inc 2010 (electronic resource)

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  2. Books 5 items
    1. Fraud, corruption and sport - Graham Brooks, Azeem Aleem, Mark Button 2013 (electronic resource)

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    2. Cyber frauds, scams and their victims - Mark Button, Cassandra Cross 2017 (electronic resource)

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    3. The anti money laundering complex and the compliance industry - Antoinette Verhage, ebrary, Inc 2011 (electronic resource)

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  3. Academic Papers 15 items
    1. Money laundering: Combating a global threat. - Abel, Alan S.1 alan.abel@crowehorwarth.comMacKay, Ian A.2 imackay@aicpa.org 2016

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    2. Some Personality Correlates of Business White-Collar Crime - Gerhard Blickle, Alexander Schlegel, Pantaleon Fassbender, Uwe Klein 2006

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    3. Between the Green Pitch and the Red Tape: The Private Legal Order of FIFA - Gomtsian, SurenBalvert, AnnemarieHock, BranislavKirman, Oguz 2018

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  4. Legislation and Regulation 13 items
    1. NB The references given here take you to freely available are for ease of access. If you need additional guidance, commentary etc you may find it useful to visit the Westlaw legal database. Its insight section has useful guides to UK with links to cases, acts and articles. It also has a European section for further international materials try consulting Lexis another of our legal databases and choose to look at sources from individual jurisdictions.

       

    2. UK 4 items
    3. European 2 items
    4. America 2 items
    5. International 4 items
      1. Monitoring 2 items