UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


ANTICORRP Seminar Series on Innovations in Corruption Studies – New events in 2016

01 February 2016, 12:00 am

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After the success of the first part of the seminar series ‘Innovations in Corruption Studies in Europe and beyond’ presented jointly by FP7 ANTICORRP, the European Politics, Security and Integration Seminar Series and the Slavonic and East European Review, we are pleased to announce the schedule of events for the spring term 2016.

Unless otherwise indicated, seminars take place Wednesdays, 1-2pm in room 433 at UCL SSEEs and are followed by tea/coffee and a light sandwich lunch. No registration is required. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Philipp Köker (p.koeker@ucl.ac.uk) or download the seminar schedule here.

Programme of 2016 events
20 JanuaryMonika Bauhr (Quality of Governance Institute – University of Gothenburg)
Will Democratic Accountability Reduce Corruption? Need, Greed and Conditions for Collective Action
3 FebruaryAlina Mungiu-Pippidi (Hertie School of Governance, Berlin)
Understanding Virtuous Circles: How Societies Develop Control of Corruption
24 FebruaryDimitri Sotiropuolos (University of Athens) and Roxana Bratu (UCL SSEES)
Practicing anti-corruption: The development of innovative policies in Bulgaria, Greece and Romania
9 MarchDr Elena Denisova-Schmidt (University of St Gallen) and Professor Alena Ledeneva (UCL SSEES)
Innovative Strategies in Fighting Corruption in the Corporate Sector
Thursday 17 MarchDr Claudia Baez-Camargo (Basel Institute of Governance) and Professor Alena Ledeneva (UCL SSEES)
Where does informality stop and corruption begin? Informal governance and the public/private crossover in Mexico, Russia and Tanzania
Thursday 17 March
Special Launch Event: ‘The Global Atlas of Social and Cultural Complexity’
A FRINGE Centre Launch
UCL Institute of Advanced Studies, Common Ground