This free 24-hour virtual conference will consist of 79 interactive panel sessions of 75 minutes in length.
A new publication by the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre analyses ten global corruption statistics, attempting to trace each back to its origin and to assess its credibility and reliability.
The even will be held on December 9-10 with Prof. Emanuela Ceva’s keynote on “Accountable Public Institutions”.
From 16-18 November 2021, decision-makers, researchers, civil society representatives, and development partners can join a virtual Policy Forum on open government in education.
New list includes many of the most popular and innovative anti-corruption podcast programs being recorded today.
A new book by the National Association of Attorneys General provides a comprehensive overview of prosecuting corruption in the United States.
Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez offers a model that combines moral, social, and political factors to explore the cognitive processes behind corruption tolerance.
Prominent anti-corruption scholars and professionals from around the world will speak at this conference organized by the Singapore University of Social Sciences on 21 Oct – 22 Oct 2021.
As the Japan Network of Anti-Corruption Researchers (JANAR) turns two-years old at the end of November, we invite proposals for presentations from Members and International Subscribers.
The Institute for Corruption Studies (ICS) at Illinois State University announces its 3rd workshop on corruption, to be held virtually on November 19-20, 2021.