The Influence of Corruption on The Conduct of Recreational Hunting by Nigel Leader-Williams, Rolf D. Baldus and R.J. Smith Download the entire article at View attachment 2790 . Introduction Set in the more general context of how corruption can affect both wildlife conservation and wider societal interests, this chapter discusses how corruption might allegedly inﬂ uence the conduct of recreational hunting. First, the chapter seeks a brief understanding of the inﬂ uence of corruption on wider society. Second, it outlines what is known of the ways that corruption may influence conservation outcomes. Third, it reviews alleged cases of corruption in recreational hunting from around the world. Fourth, it discusses a detailed case of the conduct of recreational hunting in one country, and the measures needed for its reform. Finally, it discusses some key challenges for proponents of recreational hunting who wish to reform its governance practices. Our overview suggests that various developing, transformation or developed countries could have equally served as case studies, but our focus on Tanzania reflects 18 years of combined experience for two authors as senior advisors within the Government of Tanzania’s Wildlife Department. Download the entire article at View attachment 2790 .