The scientific and practical guide «Anticorruption Ethics and Service Behavior» is devoted to the analysis of anti-corruption ethical norms developed by foreign and domestic legal doctrine and practice, as well as ways to enhance the impact of ethical standards on official (conduct) behavior of state and municipal employees, employees of state companies and corporations and other organizations. The authors of the scientific and practical manual proceeded from the hypothesis that ethical norms can complement the norms of law in resolving disputable behavioral and moral issues and collisions that arise in the current official activity. At the same time, the potential for the use of ethical regulators depends not only on the characteristics of the domestic legal system, but also on the problem aspects of the legal understanding and legal awareness of the addressees of ethical norms. In this regard, the scientific and practical manual contains proposals and recommendations to expand the impact of anti-corruption ethical standards on the official behavior of employees. For researchers, practicing lawyers, representatives of the business community, teachers, students and graduate students of law faculties and universities, as well as for all who are interested in the issues of combating corruption.