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This document proposes measures and tools for enhancing co-ordination, reporting of allegations, information-sharing, and prioritising corruption cases.
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This document contains an analytical assessment of the current legal and regulatory framework relating to asset recovery in Greece, and provides recommendations for improvement.
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This document assesses Greece’s current institutional arrangements for asset recovery, and provides recommendations for improvement with a view to establishing a common and co-ordinated approach towards asset recovery for all authorities in Greece.
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This document provides guidelines, best practices, and tools relating to asset recovery in corruption cases. It focuses primarily on practices at the operational level in the domain of asset recovery.
The OECD, together with Greece and the European Commission, has developed a series of documents to help strengthen law enforcement to fight corruption in Greece.
Market studies provide competition authorities with an in-depth understanding of how markets work. Since various practices of market studies across jurisdictions exist, the topic has became one of the OECD Competition Committee's areas of study for the next years to come.
This guide describes the process and different steps of a competition market study and can be used by competition authorities, and policymakers more broadly, when executing market studies and designing their framework.
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This document analyses corruption risks in Greece. It also provides guidance to companies in Greece to help them successfully conduct a risk assessment and implement effective anti-corruption measures based on the results of the risk assessment.
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This document provides a comprehensive review and gap analysis of the existing legal framework in Greece with regard to whistleblower protection in the private sector.
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These Guidelines are designed to assist companies in Greece in developing and implementing effective internal reporting mechanisms. The Guidelines reflect current international standards and good practices in whistleblower protection and should also be relevant and adaptable for companies operating in numerous jurisdictions.