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Corruption and Blockchain: A mission to prevent corruption and promote ethical business practices
Corruption and blockchain are both issues that are difficult to understand and still, there are strong links between both. Blockchain as technology seems to be one of the great solutions in the fight against corruption, but can it really fulfill the expectations to limit corrupt activities around the globe?
During our workshop, we will discuss its potential, while focusing on the following questions:
- What is corruption? Why should we care? What can we do against it?
- What is blockchain? How does it work? Why should we be critical?
The online workshop consists of a presentation of the most important terms, active discussions, and proposed solutions and suggestions for responsible and ethical use of technology in the field of anti-corruption.
This event is organized by the International Economic Justice League (IEJL).
About the lecturer
Ina Kubbe is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the School of Political Science, Government and International Relations at Tel Aviv University. She has published several books, special issues and articles on corruption. Ina is also a founding member of the Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network (ICRN).
Date: April 20, 13:30 – 15:00 (Eastern Time)
Registration: General US$100 / Students US$50