Course ID: 216525

Overview

Topic 5: International business crime will focus on Canadian law and enforcement relating to corruption and related areas such as money laundering, sanctions, procurement, fraud, and other international business matters.  The course will survey the development of anti-corruption regimes by international bodies such as the World Bank and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and select foreign anti-corruption laws (e.g., U.S. and U.K.). The course will also address the fundamental building blocks of successful internal compliance policies and burgeoning issues businesses face in supply-chain management. Through case studies, students will have an opportunity to develop practical insights into internal and government investigations, case resolution, risk mitigation and compliance. 

Components: Lecture

Assessment Method: Essays/Papers - 100%

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