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Webinar series on Anti-Corruption

The School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University-Newark is excited to launch the webinar series of Global Dialogues on Anti-Corruption.

The webinars will be provided each month starting Feb. 18, 2016 to scholars, practitioners, and students worldwide for free. Each webinar will last 50-60 minutes or so, with 25-30 minutes for presentation and 25-30 minutes for questions and answers. Globally distinguished scholars and experts, including Adam Graycar, Marianna Fotaki, and Frank Vogl, will share their knowledge and expertise based on their in-depth studies or extraordinary experience in anti-corruption. You have to register for free access to each webinar.

Webinar one: 

Date and Time: February 18th, 2016; 10-11 AM (US Eastern Time)

Presentation Title: Corruption, Culture, and Organization Cultures

Speaker: Davide Torsello, Associate Professor of Socio-cultural anthropology, Central European University Business School, Hungary

Registration: here

Webinar two:

Date and time: March 28th, 2016; 10-11 AM (US Eastern Time)

Presentation Title:  Green Cards for Sale? - The Myths, the Truths, and the Challenges of America's EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program

Speaker: Samuel Newbold, Lawyer and Manager at Barst Mukamal & Kleiner LLP (“BMK”)

Registration: here

You may find the schedule for more webinars from the RIACS website. If you are interested in presenting at one of our webinars, please contact Professor Yahong Zhang by email at yahongzh@rutgers.edu


28 Jan 2016



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