Economics of Corruption (University of Paderborn)
This course at the University of Paderborn introduces you to different topics that are currently researched in the field of corruption.
At the end you should acquire the ability to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the respective research topics. Although not necessary, one possible result is the identification of research gaps that might motivate you to find a future research topic for your Master’s thesis.
This course is taught by Prof. Burkhard Hehenkamp
Jain, A. K., 2001. Corruption: a review. Journal of Economic Surveys, Volume 15, pp. 71-121.
Lambsdorff, J. G., 2007. The Institutional Economics of Corruption and Reform: Theory, Evidence and Policy. Passau: Cambridge University Press.
Rose-Ackerman, S., 2006. International Handbook on the Economics of Corruption, Vol. I. Northampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.
Rose-Ackerman, S., 2010. International Handbook on the Economics of Corruption, Vol. II. Northampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.
Serra, D. and L. Wantchekon (2012). New Advances in Experimental Research on Corruption, Research in Experimental Economics, Volume 15, Emerald Group Publishing.
The full course syllabus can be found here: http://pbfb5www.uni-paderborn.de/www/fb5/public/ReadFromWebOnly/FakWW-Modulhandbuch.NSF/64ee0bbf4fb877a9c125708d007cc435/678bace279237d67c1257ac20047ff00?OpenDocument