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Introduction and summary of previous work of the Commission. Discussion on the scope of the topic (including whether jus cogens should be covered), and possible outcomes; consideration of issues concerning customary international law as a source of law, including Article 38, para.

Can these discussions be summarized as an article? Would there be a need for .

Can these discussions be summarized as an article? Would there be a need for an ethical approval? Is consent required from various contributors? Academic Writing. Scholarly Communication. It was used in addition to a survey i had already conducted on a different group of respondents.

It has been drafted on a best-efforts basis and . The majority of the contributions indicate that the work of the Group should cover.

It has been drafted on a best-efforts basis and only highlights some of the more significant points made by the respondents. For further details, reference is to be made to the full submissions which are annexed to the present summary. Neither the summary nor the submissions reflect the position of the ESCB/CESR Working Group or its constituent members on the different issues. This note summarises the responses to the ESCB/CESR call for contributions. The majority of the contributions indicate that the work of the Group should cover any entity, irrespective of its legal status, conducting clearing, settlement or related activities.

This discussion draft has been prepared in the framework of the Platform for .

This discussion draft has been prepared in the framework of the Platform for Collaboration on Tax under the responsibility of the Secretariats and Staff of the four organisations. Countries’ unilateral responses have differed widely, in terms of both which assets are covered and the legal approach taken.

All responses will be put on the public record unless the respondent requests confidentiality. However, such requests will not normally be granted unless supported by good reason, such as commercial confidence.

67 Figure 12: Summary of evidence base on anti-corruption .

67 Figure 12: Summary of evidence base on anti-corruption interventions. 77 Figure 13: Summary of evidence base on anti-corruption interventions. Depending on the group to which the subject is randomly assigned, they will/will not get the treatment. The two key features of experimental studies increase the chances that any effect recorded after administration of the treatment is a direct result of that treatment. Transparency International defines corruption as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain (Kolstad et a. 2008 . The UN Convention Against Corruption. UNCAC) does not prescribe a single definition.

The International Court of Justice has jurisdiction in two types of cases: contentious cases between states in which the court produces binding rulings between states that agree, or have previously agreed.

The International Court of Justice has jurisdiction in two types of cases: contentious cases between states in which the court produces binding rulings between states that agree, or have previously agreed, to submit to the ruling of the court; and advisory opinions, which provide reasoned, but non-binding, rulings on properly submitted questions of international law, usually at the request of the United Nations General Assembly.