New book argues that more regulation not the answer to fighting corruption The demand for good governance is on the rise everywhere, from Kiev to Sao Paulo, Paris to New Delhi. But has any measurable progress been made recently? Do we know which countries are succeeding and why? Do anticorruption experts and policy makers understand […] Read more


ANTICORRP Researchers Appear at APSA 2014

Why do some countries manage to control corruption while others continue to struggle? What can be learned from those countries that are successful in controlling corruption? ANTICORRP researchers presented research on this subject in a panel chaired by Larry Diamond of Stanford University and Marc F. Plattner of Journal of Democracy. Michael Johnston of Colgate […]

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