Despite widespread public perception that police corruption is rampant, there is a dearth of systematic and comparative research.
Two ANTICORRP researchers share their thoughts on the interesting papers presented at the comparative politics section of the German Association of Political Science
ANTICORRP researchers gather in Hamburg to discuss corruption indicators and compare contemporary anti-corruption achievements in a number of countries
Our guest blogger this week is Brigitte Zimmerman, bringing insights from the American Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting
Recent report prepared by the ERCAS team at the Hertie School of Governance as part of the ANTICORRP research project has examined global corruption trends in eight regions of the globe
Countries plagued by corruption may also lose indispensable human capital necessary for sustainable economic development. By Eugen Dimant, Tim Krieger and Daniel Meierrieks
Our guest blogger this week is Ahmed Samra, the editor for the MENA Academic Network for Integrity, who highlights recent research on Egypt and its challenges towards facing corruption.
Dieter Zinnbauer, who works on emerging issues for TI, gives us a preview from the American Political Science Association's upcoming meetings in Chicago.
In “Corruption, Anti-Corruption, and Governance", Hough engage in a cross-national analysis on techniques to address corruption. By George Papaioannou, ACRN Contributing Editor
In this piece, Fawzy embarks on assessing the correlation between accumulative bad governance and the emergence of the recent popular revolutionary movement in Egypt. By Ibrahim Allam, ACRN Contributing Editor
In this blog post ACRN contributing editor Shahanaz Müller addresses the issue of sports betting and corruption- hot topic surrounding the World Cup
The results of a two-year stocktaking exercise: Transparency International’s GATEway project
More than 60 scholars gathered at the European University in Florence to discuss trends and the future direction of the anti-corruption research in this region.
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In this blog post ACRN contributing editor Matt Jenkins tackles the topic of mentalities in early modern England. He focus on the work of Dr Aaron Graham and his research on how corruption was conceptualised at this time.
Some Lessons from Singapore and Hong Kong
This article argues for a modification in the U.S strategy in the battle against corruption in international business transactions. The author points out several drawbacks on imposing criminal penalties on only those who give bribes to foreign officials.
In this blog post ACRN contributing editor Andreas Assiotis examines and compares the effect corruption has on economic growth in democracies and authoritarian regimes. Andreas' submission on this thought-provoking research won the second place in the 2012 ACRN Research Paper contest for emerging researchers.
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In this blog post, Dieter Zinnbauer presents a powerful addition to the accountability toolbox: ambient accountability, the systematic use of physical space and the built environment to empower people to more effectively hold officials and service providers to account.