A CROOK IS A CROOK ... BUT IS HE STILL A CROOK ABROAD? ON THE EFFECT OF IMMIGRATION ON DESTINATION-COUNTRY CORRUPTION
ACRN Research correspondent Eugen Dimant gives an insight into his working paper, co-written with Tim Krieger and Margarete Redlin, on the effect of immigration on the host country’s level of corruption.
The premium chocolate box, or why culture matters for understanding corruption
Anthropologist Davide Torsello explain in this blog post that cultural differences play a strong role in understanding and fighting corruption, stronger than what has so far been acknowledged in research.
The Hidden Dangers of Anticorruption Education Initiatives
Professor Matthew Stephenson review a study by the political scientist Frederic Charles Schaffer, arguing that anti-corruption education efforts, if not carefully designed, can prove not only ineffective, but counterproductive.