From corruption to state capture: a new analytical framework
A recent paper published by the Corruption Research Center Budapest offers an exciting new take on how to analyse state capture; a term which is widely debated and used, yet has so far largely escaped a precise analytical definition and measurement.
In eight video interviews, six anti-corruption researchers talk about their research, what they learned, the new and promising areas of anti-corruption research and give tips to help young researchers interested in this field.
Mainstreaming ethics and anti-corruption in higher education: the Poznan Declaration
In this blog, Marcus Tannenberg from the Quality of Government Institute presents the “Poznan Declaration”, a declaration aiming at mainstreaming ethics and anti-corruption throughout higher education.
National Anticorruption Strategies: Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region
Released by UNDP Bangkok office on December 9, "Anticorruption Strategies: Understanding What Works, What Doesn’t and Why — Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region" draws on the experience of 14 countries in the region to help guide policymakers wanting to promulgate a national strategy or revise an existing one.
Five European research institutes, including two ANTICORRP consortium institutions have just won a new EU-funded research project, DIGIWHIST, aimed at empowering society to combat public sector corruption.