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 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.