Recording from Athens: Anti-Corruption Policies Revisited, from the Greek Crisis to the Panama Papers

Recording from Athens, 9 May 2016, 14:10 Р15:30 (EET).
Corruption has by now been recognised as a major policy problem across the world. Governments across the European continent, from Greece to Iceland, are trying to address the issue with different approaches. The recent publication of the Panama Papers again highlighted the varying success of these policies. Four years into the project researchers of the EU FP7 ANTICORRP project are discussing the success of the last 15 years of anti-corruption policies. What do the revelations in the Panama Papers tell us about the elites in the developed world? Is Greece successfully moving towards ethical universalism? Are there more examples like Greece than we would care to admit? These and other questions will be discussed by Nikos Passas (Professor at the International Anti-Corruption Academy), Drago Kos (Chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery) and Paschalis Kitromilides (Professor at Kapodistrian University). The roundtable will be moderated by Alina Mungiu-Pippidi (Professor at the Hertie School of Governance, ANTICORRP Policy Pillar Leader).