The Tax Justice Network’s Financial Secrecy Index 2022, published today, reports that the supply of financial secrecy services, like those utilised by Russian oligarchs, tax evaders and corrupt politicians, has continued to decrease globally due to transparency reforms.
On May 10, Dr. Sandile Hlatshwayo (IMF) will talk with participants about the use of news data to measure corruption.
The 20th edition of the International Anti-Corruption Conference will be held on 6–10 December 2022 in Washington, D.C., USA.
On April 21 from 18:00, Dr. Ana Andries (University of Surrey) will talk with participants about the use of satellite images to explore corruption indicators.
The world police body has launched the INTERPOL Financial Crime and Anti-Corruption Centre (IFCACC) to provide a coordinated global response against the exponential growth in transnational financial crime.
A new report examines the findings from the 2020 iteration of the GDI, which comprises 86 individual country assessments, all published between October 2019 and November 2021.
The Global Integrity Report 2022, by Ernst & Young Global Limited, reveals how a focus on governance can help reimagine corporate integrity.
Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez (Osaka University) & Roxana Bratu (University of Sussex) are opening the call for chapters to an upcoming edited volume on anti-corruption.
The Global Report on Corruption in Sport sets out the global dimensions, the different manifestations of corruption in sport, and good practices to tackle them.
The European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) will hold a joint session (virtually and in person) on corruption measurement at the University of Edinburgh on 19 – 22 April 2022.