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    The pros and cons of the revolving door practice – the main arguments

    This blog post profiles some of the main arguments in favour and against the practice of revolving door. It then examines to what extent these arguments are substantiated by the latest crop of empirical studies in the field, finding that downside risks outweigh upside benefits.

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    Civil Society Combats Corruption

    A Review of Shaazka Beyerle’s Curtailing Corruption: People Power for Accountability & Justice by Richard E. Messick.

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    The Role of Academia in Anti-Corruption Collective Action

    Anti-corruption studies and research remain in their infancy due to the present lack of inter-disciplinary anti-corruption materials and funding at the donor level. The Anti-Corruption Academic Initiative (ACAD) seeks to address these issues.

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    The ACRN Research Paper Competition 2014

    The Anti-Corruption Research Network (ACRN) invites submissions from young researchers for its annual anti-corruption research paper competition.

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