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Anti-corruption in the news

Read the latest news stories about anti-corruption measures

Read the latest news stories about anti-corruption measures:

1 June
The Global Anticorruption Blog: Turning big data into a useful anticorruption tool in Africa (by Elizabeth David-Barrett)
And see a more detailed version of this report via the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption: Data, Software and Talent: Turning Open Data into a useful Anti-Corruption Tool for Africa

8 March
T20 Germany: Getting smart about data helps tackle corruption (by Elizabeth David-Barrett, Mihaly Fazekas and Olli Hellmann)

8 February
African Arguments: Malawi faces toughest, most high-profile trial yet in massive Cashgate scandal (by Dr Gerhard Anders)

30 January:
Joy News: Rasheed Draman appears on Ghana's Joy News to discuss the country's alleged parliamentary corruption scandal.

 

Read Professor Paul Heywood's blog post, Why we need to understand better how and why corruption occurs, and what we can do to address it (February 2017)

Read the House of Commons International Development Committee's report, Tackling Corruption Overseas (October 2016).

Read Professor Paul Heywoood's article Anti-corruption: bridging the gap between research and policy-making in British Academy Review

Read Professor Paul Heywood's article Panama Papers: why we’re looking at global corruption the wrong way on the British Academy Blog

Read Professor Paul Heywood's article The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI): the Good, the Bad and the Ugly on the British Academy Blog.

Read Robert Barrington's speech Spot the difference: corruption research, academics and NGOs, presented to DFID and the British Academy 29 February 2016

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