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The Nexus Between Corruption and Contracting in Afghanistan
15 Nov 2013

The Nexus Between Corruption and Contracting in Afghanistan

Topic: Corruption in Contracting University Involved: London School of Economics and Political Science Year: 2012 TI Chapter: Transparency International - United Kingdom

Accountability and Transparency of Aid - a Comparative Donor Study
15 Nov 2013

Accountability and Transparency of Aid - a Comparative Donor Study

Topic: Aid Universities Involved: Columbia University and the Hertie School of Governance Students Involved: 8 from Columbia and 2 from Hertie Year: 2012 TI Chapter: Liberia, Sri Lanka, Colombia.Transparency International Secretariat

Challenges of Asset Recovery in the Developing World
15 Nov 2013

Challenges of Asset Recovery in the Developing World

Topic: Asset Recovery University Involved: London School of Economics and Political Science Students Involved: 5 Year: 2013 TI Chapter: Kenya

Quantifying the Costs of Corruption
15 Nov 2013

Quantifying the Costs of Corruption

Topic: Cost of Corruption University Involved: The New School Students Involved: 4 Year: 2013 TI Chapter: Transparency International Secretariat

Wealth Declarations of Public Officials: An Effective Tool to Fight Against Corruption in Kenya?
14 Nov 2013

Wealth Declarations of Public Officials: An Effective Tool to Fight Against Corruption in Kenya?

Topic: Asset Declaration University Involved: Columbia University Students Involved: 6 Year: 2012-2013 Transparency International Chapter: Transparency International-Kenya

Transparency in Primary Schools – Enhancing School-Based Management in Ghana
13 Nov 2013

Transparency in Primary Schools – Enhancing School-Based Management in Ghana

Topic: Education University Involved: Columbia University Students Involved: 4 Year: 2011-2012 Transparency International Chapter: TI-Ghana

Roster of Anti-corruption research topics

Students are often looking for innovative research topics to explore. Transparency International offers an active roster of relevant and current anti-corruption related questions from which students can select a topic to pursue further research on. You can access the list here.

 

In addition, a list of research topics of interest to Transparency International UK is available on their website here.

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