Tackling Corruption in International Arbitration – Key Issues and Challenges

Tackling Corruption in International Arbitration – Key Issues and Challenges

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Yoanna Schuch authors a chapter titled "Tackling Corruption in International Arbitration – Key Issues and Challenges" in the Young Arbitration Review 8th anniversary edition. 

Excerpt: Despite continuing efforts at both national and international levels, corruption remains a serious problem in international business. According to Transparency International’s latest Corruption Perceptions Index, on a scale from zero (highly corrupt) to one hundred (very clean), over two-thirds of the 180 assessed countries scored below 50.1 This means that over six billion people live in countries that are corrupt. The economic, social, political, environmental costs of widespread corruption are dramatic. Read the full article.

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