Different methods for studying anti-corruption and other governance priorities have different strengths…
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.
GI-ACE researcher Daniel Haberly’s first project workshop, “Dark Architectures: Advancing Research on…
Why is collecting and analysing data about public procurement so damned difficult? Data scientists explain some common problems
In a new Red Flags Explainer, Liz David-Barrett, Mihaly Fazekas, Agnes Czibik,…
Excited to be in #London this week; reflecting with #GI_ACE partners about successes & challenges encountered in generating actionable #anticorruption evidence https://t.co/eEdgmChPSE
@BaselInstitute @ryan_jablonski @HeathershawJ @DanHaberly @NorthumbriaUni @UniofExeter & more
Pairing field experimental and ethnographic methods to study anti-corruption - Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence https://t.co/hDsKf9qqXh #GI_ACE #anticorruption via @globalintegrity