Researcher Dan Haberly discusses GI-ACE project attempting to understand how years of specific offshore financial secrecy regulatory reform either have, or possibly have not, impacted the use and shape of illicit financial architectures.
Using ‘red flag’ indicators to identify corruption and analyse reform efforts in the procurement process
In this GI-ACE project, data is used to develop new proxy indicators of corruption risk, based on ‘red flags’ in the tendering process, and then used to test how patterns of corruption differ across contexts and whether anti-corruption efforts work.
Researcher Jackie Harvey discusses GI-ACE project nvestigating how the current international anti-corruption frameworks function within Nigeria and how they can be better targeted to reduce opportunities for the proceeds of corruption to be moved across the globe while the beneficial owner remains hidden.
GI-ACE researcher John Heathershaw discusses project investigating laundering of monies and reputations by professional enablers for African and Central Asian elites.