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    ACRN SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE: CITIZEN RESPONSES TO CORRUPTION SCANDALS

    Brigitte Zimmerman considers the effect of information about corruption on citizens’ involvement in anti-corruption efforts, showing that citizens respond to information about corruption scandals differently depending on their partisanship and the economic impact of the corruption.

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    A NEW TREATY ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS? PLUS: THE UNCAC, EITI AND PETTY CORRUPTION IN POST-ARAB SPRING TUNISIA

    In the wake of the UNHRC’s resolution in June to work towards a new treaty on business and human rights, Keith Henderson, professor at the Washington College of Law, considers the possible implications for the anti-corruption community. He also presents a paper on Tunisia’s legal anti-corruption framework post-revolution.

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    WOMEN AND CORRUPTION IN PUBLIC SERVICE: THE SRI LANKAN EXPERIENCE

    To identify the distinct effects of corruption on women and their relative vulnerability when obtaining public services, Transparency International Sri Lanka conducted a research project entitled Women's Experience of Corruption in Public Service

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    Let’s Create Sub-National Corruption Perception Indexes for the BRICS

    A new post from Professor Matthew Stephenson makes the case for regional corruption perceptions indexes to account for heterogeneity across regions, particularly in BRICS countries and those with substantial political decentralization.

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