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How Important Are Prosecutors in Deterring Corruption?

Submitted by Kathleen Clark on Sat,08/09/2012
Long title
Are Prosecutors Irrelevant? The Criminal Law’s Minimal Role in Deterring Corruption
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Clark, Kathleen
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Kathleen Clark kathleen_clark@me.com
John S. Lehmann Research Professor of Law (314) 827-4081
Washington University in St. Louis
Conference title
American Association of University Women - DC Branch
Conference location
Washington, DC
Country
United States
Year
2012
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