Understanding corruption: How corruption works in practice

A Talk by Prof Robert Barrington, Prof Liz David-Barrett, Prof Dan Hough and Samuel Power
Centre for the Study of Corruption, University of Sussex, International Anti-Corruption Academy, University of Sussex and University of Sussex

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Corruption takes many different forms and the systems that enable it are complex and challenging. To best understand corruption, one needs to examine how it operates in practice. Understanding Corruption tells the story of how corruption happens in the real world, illustrated through detailed case studies of the many different types of corruption that span the globe. The book's case studies follow a tried and tested analytical approach that provides key insights into the workings of corruption and the measures best used to tackle it. The case studies examined include examples of corporate bribery, political corruption, facilitation payments, cronyism, state capture, kleptocracy, asset recovery, offshore secrecy, reputation laundering and unexplained wealth, and actors include businesses, governments, politicians, governing bodies and public servants.

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Prof Robert Barrington

Professor of Anti-Corruption Practice, Centre for the Study of Corruption in the University of Sussex

Prof Liz David-Barrett

Head of the Global Programme on Measuring Corruption at the International Anti-Corruption Academy. Professor of Governance and Integrity, University of Sussex.

Prof Dan Hough

Professor of Politics (Politics), School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex

Samuel Power

Senior Lecturer (Politics), School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex


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