Containing Corruption: How to Summarise Five Years of ANTICORRP Research

What factors promote or hinder the development of effective anticorruption policies and impartial government institutions? The ANTICORRP project and the Quality of Government (QoG) invited policy-makers, civil society representatives and academics to a conference in Brussels trying to surmise the final results of the ANTICORRP project. The conference counted among its speakers some of the […] Read More

Doublethink, Russian Style

Picture the following scenario: A top Russian manager advocates for equal opportunities and, when hiring new employees, insists upon relying only on their professional competences. In this way, he has given chances to a formerly drug-addicted young man and a young woman with dwarfism. The same manager does not extend the same opportunities to homosexual […] Read More

Corruption Indicators, the Next Generation

EU FP7 ANTICORRP project researchers, anti-corruption experts and Executive Master’s Students gathered at Berlin’s Hertie School from 6-7 March for a workshop to discuss the continued development of second generation indicators. Read More