Alfredo Moliterni

Public Controls on Private Subjects and Prevention of Corruption

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The contribution analyses the principal hypotheses of public control over private subjects through the 'prism' of the strategies for fighting corruption, taking into consideration the numerous institutional, organizational and procedural factors that condition the actual exercise thereof. For this purpose, the author prelimina rily explores the recent reforms of the activity of control designed to rationalize and reduce the bureaucratic burdens on businesses. He then proceeds to identify three typologies of control over private individuals on the basis of the specific structuring and particular dynamic that characterizes the relationship between controller and controlled, apart from the sector and from the nature of the interests involved, for the purpose of singling out, for each macro-typology, the most frequent risks of corruption and, consequently, to outline the most effective remedies and instruments for combatting the same.

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