GI-ACE researcher Thorsten Chmura discussed focus of research on transnational corruption in international business, pushing the boundaries of citizen science.
Thorsten Chmura is a professor at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University. His main research interest is using laboratory and field experiments to find solutions for real-life challenges. Thorsten holds various leadership positions at Nottingham Business School, and has previously worked at the Universities of Nottingham, Munich, and the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Abigail Barr is a professor in the School of Economics at Nottingham University. Her research focuses on the socially embedded decision-maker; the roles played by guilt, shame, social identity, and social context in individual decision-making; and the factors and mechanisms that determine individuals’ preferences and values. Liz David-Barrett is director of the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption and a senior lecturer in politics at the University of Sussex. Her research focuses on government-business interfaces as they relate to corruption and anti-corruption. Cormac Bryce is an associate professor at Cass Business School, Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance. His multi-metho d research spans from measuring human behaviour in financial organisations through to organisational behaviour within the healthcare and aviation industries.