UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


Four Fridays for Corruption - Video Recordings

3 December 2020

In case you missed any of the sessions of the CCSEE online workshop series 'Four Fridays for Corruption', you can catch up on most of them below.

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This online workshop series aimed to bring together researchers from different disciplines to improve our theoretical, empirical and methodological understanding of different aspects of corruption, rent-seeking behaviours, and informal practices within different institutional contexts.

Friday 6, November: The Political Economy of Corruption (this Friday was not recorded)

Dorottya Sallai, London School of Economics Jozsef Martin, Corvinus University Budapest: Institutions as Agents of Systemic corruption and Rent- seeking

Mogens Justesen, Copenhagen Business School Luigi Manzetti, Southern Methodist University: Poverty, Partisanship, and Vote Buying

Giovanna Rodriguez-Garcia, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics, Mexico: Party System Nationalization Promoting Accountability to Curb Corruption

Friday 13, November 2020: Informal Practices, Corruption and Institutional Change:

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John Heathershaw, David Lewis & Tom Mayne, University of Exeter: What Happens in London Stays in London? The relationship between overseas AML enforcement and the domestic position of kleptocratic ruling elites

Kyong Jun Choi, Jeju National University, Korea Jonson N. Porteux, Kansai Gaidai University, Japan: Leviathan for Sale: Maritime police privatization, bureaucratic corruption and the Sewol disaster

Emrah Gülsunar, University of Lund, Sweden: Making Economic Growth Sustained: British Parliament, legislation and abolishing rent-seeking in cotton textile industry during Industrial Revolution, 1748 – 1832

Friday 20, November 2020: Consequences of Corruption:

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Andrea Tulli, University of Warwick: Sweeping the Dirt Under the Rug: Measuring spillovers from an anti-corruption measure

Luca J. Uberti, University of Luxembourg: Corruption and Growth: New historical evidence

Riccardo D’Emidio, University of Sussex: Policing Corruption or Corrupted Policing? Social norms and integrity in the Ghana Police Service

Friday 27, November 2020: Bribery, Anti-Social Behaviour and Local Governance

Kristina S. Weißmüller, University of Bern: Tolerating Bribery in Public, Private, and Hybrid Organizations

Jérémy Celse, ESSCA School of Management and Guillermo Mateu, Burgundy School of Business: Rent-seeking Tournament with Sabotage: Fighting antisocial behaviours with envy?

Zsoka Koczan, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Michael Ganslmeier, University of Oxford: Governance in Regions and Cities