ACRN - Anti-Corruption Research Network
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A new and free online course, entitled "Transparency and Anti-Corruption", starts from 31st August 2015.
Here, Aram Khaghaghordyan reports back on the conference “Understanding Governance Virtuous Circles: Who Succeeds and Why” (July 8-12, 2015), organized by Hertie School’s European Research Centre for Anti-Corruption and State-Building (ERCAS), which assembled the biggest names in the international anti-corruption and democratization in order to identify patterns that have led to national success stories (“virtuous circles”) in fighting corruption.
Guest writer Nils Köbis discusses some new research on the impact of corruption as 'normal' behaviour. Nils is a PhD student from the VU University Amsterdam
A guest blog by students from the London School of Economics, outlining the results of their study about land and political corruption in Africa.
Dieter Zinnbauer, Research and Knowledge Expert at Transparency International's Secretariat, shares his latest working paper which he recently presented at a transparency research conference...
Call for Postgraduates to attend a three-week intensive anti-corruption course in Hong Kong, from 3-26 November 2015.
Marta Erquicia comparte los resultados de una investigación que usa investigaciones periodísticas para entender mejor cómo funciona la corrupción. Marta es Coordinadora Regional Senior en el Departamento de las Américas de Transparency International.
A guest blog from a student group from the Copenhagen Business School, outlining the results of their study on social media and anti-corrutpion. The study explores how social media analytics could help us better understand what people think and do or do not do about corruption.
Marta Erquicia shares the findings of research into what investigative journalism can tell us about corruption in Latin America. Marta is a Senior Regional Coordinator in the Americas Department of Transparency International
ADBI offers opportunities for Post-doctoral Scholars (career starters), Visiting Researchers (established scholars), and Visiting Fellows (senior academics) to work at ADBI premises in Tokyo on topics of mutual interest to ADBI and applicants, preferably related to ongoing ADBI projects.