Monika BauhrThe Quality of Government Institute, Sweden (QOG)
Monika Bauhr is an Associate Professor at the Quality of Government (QoG) institute at the department of Political Science, Göteborg University. She has previously been a visiting research fellow at Stanford University, the University of Florida and the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Her research is mainly concerned with the role of international organizations and aid in promoting quality of government, and in particular the link between transparency, accountability and corruption and how perceptions of different forms of corruption influence the effects of international development assistance and emission trade. She also works as an advisor and mentor for NGOs and bureaucrats in South East Asia (financed by the Swedish international development agency) and is a member of the steering board of the student Program in Environmental Social Sciences. Her most recent work is published in journals such as the International Studies Quarterly, Governance and Global Environmental Politics. She is the Scientific Coordinator of ANTICORRP and the Pillar leader of Pillar 2.