Institution: Harvard Kennedy School
Master in Public Policy student, 2013
Organized panel entitled "Corruption and Development: Origin, Impacts, Solutions" at Harvard International Development Conference (April 2012) with Aruna Roy, Oby Ezekwesili, Jose Ugaz, and Larry Sampler
Academic and professional focus on corruption and governance in India and other developing countries
Institution: University of Lagos
Institution: The Hague University of Applied Sciences
Abiola O. Makinwa , LL.B. (Ife), LL.M. (Lagos), LL.M. (Rotterdam), Ph.D. (Rotterdam) is an expert in Anti-Corruption Law and Policy. Abiola lectures at The Hague University of Applied Sciences where she developed the first Dutch undergraduate course on Multinationals and Corruption. Her publications focus on the fight against corruption from the perspective of private actors. Abiola took part in the groundbreaking European conference on Civil Law Consequences of Corruption in Bremen, Germany (2008); the first Special Session on Peoples Empowerment on Enhancing the Role of Civil Society in the Fight against Corruption at the 14th International Anti-corruption Conference in Bangkok, Thailand (2010) as well as a Yale Law School Workshop on the Role of Private Actors in the fight against Corruption in Bellagio, Italy (2010). In 2010 her essay on Future Thinking through the Prism of International Corruption won the first Hiil Law of the Future Essay award. Abiola is the author of the book, Private Remedies for Corruption: Towards an International Framework, Eleven, Jan 2013.
Institution: Addis Ababa University
I am Lecturer in department of Economics, Addis Ababa University. I have BA degree in Economics from Haramaya University, Ethiopia and MSc in Economics (with concentration in Economic policy analysis) from Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia. My thesis work on "corruption, Governance, and poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: panel evidence" won the best thesis award of the year 2011, by Ethiopian Economics Association. I have a publication: "interdependence of corruption and poverty in Africa" on Ethiopian Journal of Development Research.My research interests include: institutional Economics, issues in political economy, micro and macroeconomics.
Lahcen Achy is an economist with expertise in development, institutional economics, trade, and labor and a focus on the Middle East and North Africa. He joined INSEA (National Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics) in 1989 and is now a full professor. He is also senior associate at the Carnegie Middle East Center (CMEC) since 2009, research associate at the Department of Applied Economics of Free University of Brussels (DULBEA) since 1997, research fellow at the Economic Research Forum since 1999, and member of the board of the Mediterranean Forum for Economic Institutes (FEMISE) since 2012.
Institution: Transparency International
Institution: Peace Channel
My Name Is Adahe Neli Kriibve, people called me Neli in short. I grew up from a very humble family. graduated from theological seminary. working as peace activist in nagaland, India.
Institution: Global Integrity
I deal with issues related to transparency in public life, such as conflicts of interest, nepotism, anti-corruption, and civic participation. I specialize in the financing of political parties and election campaigns.
Full bio: pl.linkedin.com/in/asawicki/
Informing the Public about Local Elections (W jaki sposób informować o wyborach samorzadowych?), Institut of Public Affairs, 2013
Financing of Political Parties and Election Campaigns - Poland Country Report, Stefan Batory Foundation, 2012
How to fight corruption? Principles for developing and implementing an anti-corruption strategy for Poland, Stefan Batory Foundation, 2012
European Parliament Elections 2009 – Monitoring of campaign financing (Wybory do Parlamentu Europejskiego 2009. Monitoring finansów wyborczych), Stefan Batory Foundation, 2010