Course Code: LED 916

Credit hours: 3

Course Overview:

This course aims at defining the concept of corruption, while describing and analyzing how corruption adversely affects political, economic and social systems. This will attempt to estimate the various dimensions of corruption worldwide and tackles the issue of corruption measuring systems. Widen the scope of implementing the strategies of fighting corruption and proposes an overview of different mechanisms of the Egyptian Situation Post revolution, International Organizations, Foreign Investors, Money laundering and Exportations of assets.



Course Objectives:

Upon Course Completion, the participant should be able to:

1. Understand the mechanism of implementation strategies of fighting corruption.
2. Illustrate the concept of corruption: definition, delimitation and comparative study.
3. Demonstrate sociological and legal approaches.
4. Understand economic realities and corruption practices.
Topics to be covered:

  • Dynamics of Corruption

  • Preventing corruption

  • Identifying initiatives

  • Corruption control

  • Auditing Techniques