Corruption in the Construction Industry lays bare the world's most corrupt industry.

Corruption in the Construction Industry causes approximately 100,000 deaths annually at a staggering cost approaching US$5 trillion each year.

This groundbreaking book features case studies from around the world and illustrates the mechanisms that are exploited by various corrupt participants at each stage of a project.

Crucially, corruption occurs from the top down. CEOs, company boards and bureaucrats are put under the microscope to expose a web of dishonesty, where legal obligations and professional ethics are compromised at the expense of public safety.

Deals are done with organized crime syndicates, cartels thrive and dark money flows to rob countries and unsuspecting clients of huge sums of money. This is a must read for building professionals, legal and accounting experts, enforcement agencies and policy makers.

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