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Federal Conflict of Interest Law

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674421875

Publication Date: 01/01/1964

285 pages


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This is the companion volume to Conflict of Interest and Federal Service (HUP, 1960), which dealt with federal laws and practices pertaining to the clashes, real and potential, between the public obligations and private economic interests of government employees. Complementing that analysis of institutional facts and policy and its proposals for legislation, the present volume is a detailed study of the federal statutes regulating conflicts of interest of federal employees and provides a comprehensive review and explanation of this field of law, ranging from the older statutes to the new legislation that became effective January 21, 1963.

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