2 JACL 1 (2018)

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                                                    Oladeji Olaore & Rick Stapenhurst
      Rasheed Draman, Emine Sarigollu, Myung-Soo Jo, Fahri Karakas & Myriam Ertz

Africa has experienced a boom in extractive industries since the beginning of this
century. Extractive companies often are exposed not just to government patronage,
but also to requests to consider local third-party agents, vendors or applications for
employment. But is corruption a necessary evil? While there is consensus that multi-
faceted strategies are required to curb corruption, heretofore there has been little
research on how legislative oversight can help reduce corruption in general and on
legislative oversight of corruption in the extractive sector in particular.

       Oladeji Olaore, DSc, Consultant, World Bank (corresponding author).
       E-mail: dejiolaore@hotmail.com.
       Rick Stapenhurst, PhD, Assistant Professor, McGill University.
       E-mail: Frederick.Stapenhurst@McGill.ca.
       Rasheed Draman, PhD, President & CEO, African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs.
       E-mail: Rasheedd@yahoo.com.
       Emine Sarigollu, PhD, Associate Professor, McGill University.
       E-mail: Emine.Sarigollu@McGill.ca.
       Myung-Soo Jo, PhD, Associate Professor, McGill University.
       E-mail: Myung-soo.Jo@McGill.ca.
       Fahri Karakas, PhD, Associate Professor, University of East Anglia. E-mail:
       Fahri. Karakas@gmail.com/
       Myriam Ertz, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Quebec at Chicoutimi.
       E-mail: Myriam.Ertz@gmail.com.

JACL 2(1) 2018 pp 1-30

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