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Arab Law Quarterly: Celebrating 35 Years with free access to selected articles

Arab Law Quarterly, the leading English language scholarly publication on matters relating to the law of Arab states, will publish its 35th Volume in 2021. To celebrate this, five sets of seven articles, hand-picked from past volumes by Editor-in-Chief Haider Ala Hamoudi, will be available for free downloading during 2021.

New Series: International and Comparative Business Law and Public Policy

The Series offers an outlet for monographs and collective works making substantial contributions to interdisciplinary research.

Forthcoming: Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia (3 vols)

Incorporating the work of numerous leading scholars, the Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia provides a detailed description of the practice and implementation of international law in various Asian states. The Encyclopedia is also available online.

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Secondary Sources Frank Zimmerman, Criminal Liability of Political Decision-Makers: A Comparative Perspective (Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2017). Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson, “Political Control and Perceptions of Corruption in Icelandic Local Government,” Stjórnmál og Stjórnsýsla 11, 1 (2015): 1-18.  Gudren Johnsen, Bringing Down the Banking System: Lessons from Iceland (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). Jon Thoroddsen, On Thing Ice: A Modern Viking Saga About Corruption, Deception & the Collapse of a Nation (Reykjavík: Bruduleikur, 2011). Janet Elise Johnson, Þorgerður Einarsdóttir & Gyða Margrét Pétursdóttir, “A Feminist Theory of Corruption: Lessons from Iceland,” Politics & Gender 9, 2 (2013): 174-206. DOI: Gissur Ólafur Erlingsson & Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson, “Measuring Corruption: Whose Perceptions Should We Rely On? Evidence from Iceland,” Stjórnmál og Stjórnsýsla 12, 2 (2016): 215.  Margrét Sæmundsdóttir, “Corruption or a Minor Mistake!,” Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention 13, 2 (2012): 142-151. DOI: Vlad Vaiman, Throstur Olaf Sigurjonsson & Pall Asgeir Davidsson, “Weak Business Culture as an Antecedent of Economic Crisis: The Case of Iceland,” Journal of Business Ethics 98, 2 (2011): 259-272. Gissur. Ó. Erlingsson, Jonas Linde & Richard Öhrvall, “Distrust in Utopia? Public Perceptions of Corruption and Political Support,” Government and Opposition 51, 4 (2016): 553-579. DOI: Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson, “Party Patronage in Iceland: Rewards and Control Appointments,” in Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012). Subject Searches: Criminal law--Iceland.Corruption--Iceland.Corporations--Iceland--Corrupt practices.Judicial corruption--Iceland.Misconduct in office--Iceland.Organized crime--Law and legislation--Iceland.Organized crime--Iceland--Prevention. Primary Sources [Act on Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing] Lög um aðgerðir gegn peningaþvætti og fjármögnun hryðjuverka, Nr. 140/2018, effective 01 Jan 2019. Consolidated and official. Icelandic.  [Act on Criminal Liability of Legal Persons for Bribery and Terrorism] Lög um refsiábyrgð lögaðila vegna mútugreiðslna og hryðjuverka, Nr. 144/1998, effective 30 Dec 1998. Consolidated and official. Icelandic.  [The General Penal Code] Almenn hegningarlög, Nr. 19/1940, effective 12 Aug 1940. Consolidated and official. Icelandic. Translated: Ministry of Justice. Consolidated and unofficial. English. Article 109 prohibits bribery.