A new paper by David Jancsics (San Diego State University) provides a corruption case study for students to explore ethical dilemmas in an interactive way.
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.