ACRN - Anti-Corruption Research Network
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Sylvain Chassang and Gerard Padró i Miquel explore anti-corruption mechanisms in which a principal relies on messages by an informed monitor to target intervention against a potentially misbehaving agent, and provide a method to measure underlying corruption.
Stockemer, LaMontagne and Scruggs test the link between corruption and turnout in democracies.
The Impact of Anti-Corruption Strategies on Corruption Free Performance in Public Construction Projects
Research correspondent Donatella Casale presents an article by S.Z.S. Tabish and Kumar Neeraj Jha.
ACRN Research Correspondent Eugen Dimant reviews a new paper on the validity of corruption experiments and the role of moral frames.
An article that explores an emerging area of scholarship that connects public sector corruption with human rights violations.
ACRN Research Correspondent Brigitte Zimmerman reviews a recent paper that formally models the role of a cross-firm business institution in anti-corruption efforts.
Using a natural experiment, Fisman and Miguel explore the importance of legal enforcement versus cultural norms in controlling corruption.
Whistle-Blowing: Individual and Organizational Determinants of the Decision to Report Wrongdoing in the Federal Government
ACRN Research Correspondent Donatella Casale highlights an article by Cristina F. Lavena that, based on the 2005 MSPB Merit Principles Survey’s data, empirically examines how general attitudes and values toward working in the public sector influence the likelihood of actual disclosures of wrongdoing in the U.S. Federal Government.
Mele and Schepers discuss the relevance of legitimacy issues, introducing a new concept of legitimacy in multi-stakeholder codes of conduct.
Author John M. Ackerman engages in the conceptual task of building a new and workable definition of accountability.