The Transnationalization
of Anti-Corruption Law


6-7 December 2018

Sciences Po Law School




Download the Conference Program (.pdf)




 Registration closes on December 3




Scientific Committee

Professor Régis Bismuth, Sciences Po Law School

Jan Dunin-Wasowicz, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP and Vice Chair of the ASIL Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group

Professor Phil Nichols, Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research of the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania) and Chair of the ASIL Anti-Corruption Law Interest Group 


Message from the Conference Organizers


Dear Conference Participants,


In April 2018, we solicited paper proposals for a conference on the "Transnationalization of Anti-Corruption Law". In response to the call for papers, we received a significant number of remarkable submissions. The two-day conference hosted by Sciences Po Law School now brings together academics, policy makers and practitioners to present their research and discuss some of the most salient issues in this very dynamic field. Over the past several months, we were honored to work closely with the OECD on preparing this conference and are grateful for the OECD's contributions to the project.


The eight conference panels will review the evolution of anti-corruption law and explore the mechanisms that have led to the development of modern "transnational" anti-corruption law and standards, considering the role and influence of a variety of actors. Our approach will be interdisciplinary so as to understand the drivers of today's anti-corruption norms, their implementation in the transnational context, and the challenges that lie ahead.


We look forward to an exciting and enjoyable conference on 6-7 December 2018 in Paris.


Régis Bismuth, Jan Dunin-Wasowicz & Phil Nichols