17 German L.J. i (2016)

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             RMAN LAW JOURNAL


                 Review of Developments in
  German, European and International Jurisprudence

                             Editor-in-Chief
                             Russell A. Miller

                             Senior Editors
Betsy Baker; Jurgen Bast; Nina Boeger; Gralf-Peter Calliess; Matthias Casper; Patrycja Dabrowska;
Jen Hendry; Elisa Hoven; Malcolm MacLaren; Stefan Magen; Ralf Michaels; Christoph Safferling;
                       Emanuel Towfigh; Floris de Witte

                            Associate Editors
       Matej Avbelj; Matthias Goldmann; Agnieszka Janczuk-Gorywoda; Jule Mulder;
    Anna Katharina von Oettingen; Emanuela Orlando; Niels Petersen; Karsten Schneider


                        www.germanlawlournal.com

         @ Copyright 2000-2016 by German Law Journal, Inc. All rights reserved.
                      ISSN: 2071-8322 / ISSNL: 2071-8322


Vol. 17 No. 01


Pages 1-118


01 February 2016


Ethical Challenges of Corrupt Practices
Formal and Informal Conflicts of Norms and Their Moral Ramifications


                           Guest  Editors
                   Sebastian Wolf &  Peter Graeff


Peter Graeff


Ethics and  Corruption: An   Introduction to the
Special Issue


TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE I


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