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Corruption, Corporations, and the New Human Right
Social Science Research Network
We should no longer expect the Alien Tort Statute to be the principal federal statute that deters overseas corporate rights violations. That distinction rightly belongs to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, an antibribery statute that rests on undisputed principles of corporate liability, contains a clear congressional statement of extraterritorial application, and routinely collects penalties from multinational corporate defendants. Scholars have not associated the FCPA with human rights,doi:10.2139/ssrn.2232670 fatcat:3sxw3xjk2ja6fcbxkffcdxz7eu