Legal regulation is one of the principal types of social governance. It involves organizing social relations and establishing links in these relations in such a way that the primary interests of the society are safeguarded. To achieve the required level of stabilization and regularity in social relations, the state manages them by developing and implementing legal norms using special legal instruments and methods.
PwCs bi-annual survey of business crime reports that fraud committed by customers tops the list of all crimes experienced (at 35%), up from 29% in 2018. Businesses report that customer fraud and cybercrime are the most disruptive of all the crimes.
In this article, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) experts address how international economic recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic, has influenced implementation of a stricter anti-corruption policy.