ACE is an interdisciplinary program, encompassing political science, economics, business, anthropology, sociology,…
Fourteen research partners around the world, funded by UK aid from the British people.
Practical research in three priority areas: international architecture; integrity systems; and subnational and sectoral corruption.
To generate actionable evidence for use in designing and implementing more effective anti-corruption initiatives.
This project explores how to leverage cellphones to reduce corruption challenges for small-scale traders in East Africa.
Join the GI-ACE team: Research Fellow/Associate – based out of the University of Nottingham in the UK
We are inviting applicants to apply for the position of Research Associate/Fellow…
GI ACE researcher Dan Haberly analyses the changing international regulatory landscape has…
A bit of an idiosyncratic approach to building #integrity in #urban development and gauging its impact - our qualitative action experiment with urban planners in Zambia #citiesofintegrity https://www.africancentreforcities.net/second-cities-of-integrity-working-paper-reflects-on-the-zambian-qualitative-action-experiment/ #GI_ACE @UrbanAfricaACC
We are proud of the way #GI_ACE +
@ACE_soas work together on #anticorruption. We do, indeed, think of them as sisters, but of "best friends" kind, not the squabbling variety.
"ACE is informed by an appropriate #political economy analysis and understanding of relevant power dynamics." Learn about the unique + effective approach of the sister programs, #GI_ACE + @ACE_soas: https://ace.globalintegrity.org/ace/ #anticorruption @pmheywood @johntonn @mushtaqkhan100