Researchers John Heathershaw and Tena Prelec explain the potential benefits in store for the super wealthy politically exposed persons (PEPs) donating to academia in pursuit of reputation laundering.
Researchers John Heathershaw and Tom Mayne describe how the UK may be failing to enforce laws designed to stop illicit financial flows and “foreign dark money” from entering the country.
Why do people set up offshore shell companies? Some preliminary findings from the Panama and Paradise Papers
GI ACE researcher Dan Haberly analyses the structure behind offshore shell company formation.
GI-ACE researcher Thorsten Chmura discussed focus of research on transnational corruption in international business, pushing the boundaries of citizen science.
GI-ACE researchers Liz Dávid-Barrett and Mihály Fazekas use big data analysis from a recent World Bank procurement reform dataset to show how corruption is a moving target.
GI ACE researcher Jackie Harvey discusses commitments that appeared to address two recent criticisms made of Nigeria’s anti-corruption regime – overlapping mandates and lack of inter-agency cooperation – that had been identified by various authors in recent years
GI-ACE researcher Tom Mayne discusses project investigating laundering of monies and reputations by professional enablers for African and Central Asian elites.
One year further into its GI ACE-supported research concerning the role of integrity and corruption within the planning profession in Zambia and South Africa, the African Centre for Cities’ “Cities of Integrity” (COI) research team has hit new milestones and made progress in achieving its research objectives.
GI ACE researcher Dan Haberly analyses the changing international regulatory landscape has impacted shell company use since the turn of the millennium.
GI ACE researcher Claudia Baez Camargo investigates the social norm of gift-giving in the Tanzanian health sector.