Implementation of International Anti-Corruption Standards in Laws and Legal Practices of the Russian Federation

Dmitry Lipinsky (Editor)
Togliatti State University, Tolyatti, Russia

Victoria Bolgova (Editor)
Sаmаrа State University of Economics, Sаmаrа, Russia

Nikolay Makareyko (Editor)
Nizhny Novgorod Academy oltlre Ministгy of Intemal Affairs, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Aleksandra Musatkina (Editor)
Togliatti State University, Tolyatti, Russia

Tatyana Milusheva (Editor)
Russian Presidential Academy of National Есопоmу and Public Administration, Moscow, Russia

Series: Law, Crime and Law Enforcement
BISAC: LAW039000

The book deals with the review and analysis of current corruption risks and related risks. The advantage of this book is its versatility which is achieved by means of consideration of the best global and regional practices in the development and implementation of anti-corruption laws, and at the same time, the applied orientation and clear definition of the subject of research – anticorruption efforts in Russia. The book consists of three sections.

Section 1 contains a general description of international anti-corruption legislation and related risks. Here, the authors discuss universal international and regional anti-corruption standards, and identify corruption risks in Russian laws.

Section 2 presents the review of contemporary practice of introducing international anti-corruption standards into Russian laws. This section formulates the concept and identifies the structure and features of the implementation of international standards in Russian anti-corruption laws. International anti-corruption standards in the civil service law of Russia, in the administrative law of Russia, in the civil and criminal law of Russia are discussed.

Section 3 deals with the process of implementing international anti-corruption standards in Russia’s jurisprudence. The legal views of the Russian courts on anti-corruption issues are defined. The administrative practice of applying Russian anti-corruption rules in Russia through the prism of fundamental changes and the relationship to international standards is analyzed. The anti-corruption case law in Russia is analyzed.

The book’s target audience is scholars (legal scholars) who inquire into matters of development and application of anti-corruption standards, as well as statesmen and public officials: legislators that develop and approve anti-corruption standards, as well as law enforcement agencies (especially judges) that enforce these standards.

In this book, representatives of the target audience will be able to find answers to their questions about how international anti-corruption standards are refracted (transformed) through the prism of domestic legislation, as shown through the example of present-day Russia. The Russian experience can be of some interest and prove useful in the development and improvement of the anti-corruption regulatory framework in some other countries, in particular, in developing countries of the world. Hence, this book can be used as a “road map” for the development of anti-corruption legislation in a modern state.
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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1. Universal International Anti-Corruption Standards
(Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Victoria V. Bolgova, Tatiana V. Milusheva and Nikolay V. Makareyko, Togliatti State University, Togliatti, Russia, and others)

Chapter 2. Regional Anti-Corruption Standards
(Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Victoria V. Bolgova, Tatiana V. Milusheva and Nikolay V. Makareyko, Togliatti State University, Togliatti, Russia, and others)

Chapter 3. Corruption Risks in the Russian Laws
(Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Victoria V. Bolgova, Tatiana V. Milusheva and Nikolay V. Makareyko, Togliatti State University, Togliatti, Russia, and others)

Chapter 4. Russian Anti-Corruption Legislation: Concept, Framework, Peculiar Implementation of International Standards
(Victoria V. Bolgova, Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Tatiana V. Milusheva and Nikolay V. Makareyko, First Pro-Rector, Samara State University of Economics, Samara, Russia, and others)

Chapter 5. International Anti-Corruption Standards in the Public Service Law of Russia
(Nikolay V. Makareyko, Aleksandra A. Musatkina and Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Department of Administrative Law and Procedure, Nizhny Novgorod Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, and others)

Chapter 6. International Anti-Corruption Standards in the Administrative Law of Russia
(Tatiana V. Milusheva, Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Victoria V. Bolgova, Nikolay V. Makareyko and Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Civil Law and Procedure Department, Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Povolzhsky Institute of Management named after P.A. Stolypin, Saratov, Russia, and others)

Chapter 7. International Anti-Corruption Standards in Civil and Criminal Law of Russia
(Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Aleksandra A. Musatkina and Nikolay V. Makareyko, Togliatti State University, Togliatti, Russia, and others)

Chapter 8. Legal Stances of Russian Courts on Anti-Corruption Issues: Types, Dynamic Changes, Interrelation with International Standards
(Victoria V. Bolgova, Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Tatiana V. Milusheva and Nikolay V. Makareyko, First Pro-Rector, Samara State University of Economics, Samara, Russia, and others)

Chapter 9. Administrative Practice of Anti-Corruption Rules’ Implementation in Russia
(Victoria V. Bolgova, Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Tatiana V. Milusheva and Nikolay V. Makareyko, First Pro-Rector, Samara State University of Economics, Samara, Russia, and others)

Chapter 10. Anti-Corruption Case Law in Russia
(Victoria V. Bolgova, Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Tatiana V. Milusheva and Tatiana V. Milusheva, First Pro-Rector, Samara State University of Economics, Samara, Russia, and others)

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