Readership: This book will interest lawyers, policymakers, activists, and journalists. It will be useful for teachers and researchers in the area of law, political science, and sociology.
C. Raj Kumar
C. Raj Kumar is Professor and Vice Chancellor, O.P. Jindal Global University; and Dean, Jindal Global Law School. He is also Consultant to the National Human Rights Commission in India. Also, former Consultant at UN University, Tokyo; UNDP; International Council for Human Rights Policy, Geneva. Also taught at the School of Law of City University of Hong Kong.
"For readers interested in practical legislative and institutional measures to combat corruption at the national level, this study provides a sensible template." - Morag Goodwin, International Journal of Constitutional Law 11:1
Foreword by Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer
1: Corruption and its Impact on Human Rights
2: Corruption and its Consequences for Governance in Asia: A Comparative Perspective
3: Existing Framework for Combating Corruption in India
4: New Legislative and Institutional Reforms for Eliminating Corruption in India
5: The Way Forward: Establishing and Independent Commission Against Corruption