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Plenary: Welcome note ICRN and GI


Speed Networking: Get to know each other


Session 1

Panel 1: Anti-corruption – which way forward?

Chair: Miranda Loli 


1. Elitza Katzarova: That Vision Thing: Anti-corruption Research for a Future beyond Neoliberalism

2. Miranda Loli & Johannes Klassen: Medical Metaphors in International Development: The Case of Corruption as a Pathology

3. Deirdre Weiss: Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Against Foreign Issuers: Helping or Hindering the Global Anti-bribery and Anti-corruption Movement?

Panel 2: Formal and informal norms

Chair: Lorenzo Crippa


1. Rosidah Rosidah: Can a value system be built to increase barriers against corruption?

2. Digdem Soyaltin Colella: Fighting against male corruption? Local norms and Women's Resistance Against the Hydropower plants in Turkey

3. Aineas Mallios: Licensing and Cooperative Behavior: A Duopoly Game

4. Lorenzo Crippa: The conditional arm of the law. The effect of the OECD anti-bribery convention on foreign direct investment

Panel 3: Corruption, natural resources and extractive industries

Chair: Johanna Gisladottir and Marina Povitkina 


1. Shqipe Neziri Vela: Corruption in the extractive industries - the case of Kosovo

2. David O. Sotola & Pregala Pillay: Private and public sector corruption nexus; Analysis from the extractive sector in Africa. 

3. Fatima Tassadiq: Anti-corruption Policies in Land Acquisition in Lahore, Pakistan

4. Johanna Gisladottir: Dynamics of corruption in natural resource sectors and the role of transparency 




Session 2

Panel 1: Corruption and the role of public opinion

Chair: Aiysha Varraich


1. Anna Stanziano: Corruption and public opinion surveys: the pessimism of Italian public opinion

2. Claudia Feitosa-Santana: Brazilians are more dishonest than others - myth or fact?

3. Roberto Mincigrucci: Italian newspapers and corruption scandals coverage: the construction of the “parallel trial”

4. Pedro Gerson: Public corruption and backsliding in the US

Panel 2: The role of the European Union

Chair: Ina Kubbe 


1. Stoyan Panov and Ina Kubbe: Corruption in Europe - The Underestimated Devil

2. Attila Nagy: EU related corruption issues in Kosovo and their influence on development  

Panel 3: Public procurement

Chair: Annika Engelbert


1. Irasema Guzman Orozco: Corruption risks in public procurement contracts: monitoring delivery of goods, services and works projects

2. Karla Ganley: Corruption in Mega-Events - Brazil’s Olympic Games

3. Camila Salazar: Public Procurement and Corruption Risks


Rooftop Hour

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Regional Social Hour: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


Session 3: Work in Progress Workshops

Workshop 1: Contextualizing corruption and whistleblowing

Chair: Júlia Miralles de Imperial Pujol


1. Raquel de Mattos Pimenta: Compliance via corporate non-trial agreements: the Brazilian experience

2. Clare Cheromoi: The changing context of anti-corruption reforms in Uganda: Incentives and Implications.

3. Yang Wu: The anti-corruption narratives in contemporary China (2012-2019)

4. Júlia Miralles de Imperial Pujol: Corruption in Spain: Conclusions of an Objective Measurement

Workshop 2: Behavioral approaches and public opinion

Chair: Nils Köbis


1. Julia Gracia: The collective action approach to corruption: Using game theory to understand cooperation problem

2. Caterina Scialla: Corruption as a black side of the Human Being

3. Muhammad Untung Manara: Why and When Bottom-Line Mentality Facilitates Corrupt Behavior: An Experience Sampling Study

Workshop 3: Legal norms and mechanisms against corruption

Chair: Rinuccia La Ruina


1. Guilherme Siqueira: The over- and underinclusiveness of legal norms and the unavoidable limitations of a law-based approach to anti-corruption

2. Rinuccia La Ruina: Criminalization of political bribery in the German criminal law

3. Rahmatdi Rahmatdi: Anti-corruption law and corporate whistleblowing disclosure: Do companies signal the role of audit committees?

4. Ivan Gunjic: Creating Islands of Integrity within the Judiciary: The Case of Anti-Corruption Courts in Europe




Session 4

Panel 1: Corruption in the Public Sector and Civil Service

Chair: Fernanda Odilla


1. Iva Parvanova: Informal payments for health care in Eastern Europe and Central Asia - a multilevel analysis

2. Mercy De Souza: Organizational Integrity and Corruption Decision-Making in the Ghanaian Public Service

3. Fernanda Odilla: Who jeopardized their career? Identifying individual conditions for being sanctioned for corruption within the Brazilian federal civil service

Schuyler Miller: A U.S. State Department Evidence Review on Addressing Police Corruption

Panel 2: Governance, democracy and corruption

Chair: Felix Goldberg


1. Diana Vera Álvarez: Governance mechanisms and corruption indicators

2. Melillo Dinis do Nascimento: Institutional systems for corruption management

3. Felix Goldberg: The Integrity of Lobbying in the USA and in Germany

Palina Kolvani: Quality of Government and Political Regime Stability: A Quantitative Study on the Link between the Quality of Government and the Level of Democracy

Panel 3: Review and Reform?

Chair: Patty Zakaria


1. Rodrigo Telles de Souza: Lava-Jato and the applicability of the representation-reinforcement theory of judicial review to the anti-corruption area

2. Patty Zakaria: Theory of change and corruption proofing of legislation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

3. Anthony Jude Uche Igwe: The necessity of ethical reforms in the Nigerian parliament


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Film Screening and Discussion


Paul Heywood, GI-ACE Programme Director

Guest Speakers:

Gilbert Same, GI-ACE Cities of Integrity Project
Ambika Samarthya-Howard, Global Integrity Communications Lead

We will be screening the 3-part animation series from the GI-ACE Cities of Integrity project as well as a video on COVID,-19 small-scale trade & border corruption in East Africa from Professor Jaqueline Klopp's GI-ACE research project.


30-min short film screening


Roundtable (Public): How can academia and policy communicate in anti-corruption?

Moderator: Johannes Tonn, Global Integrity
Guest speakers:
Heather Marquette, University of Birmingham
Jonathan Cushing, TI Global Health
Leslie Holmes, University of Melbourne

A discussion on how to make research practical and accessible for more anti-corruption impact.




Session 5: Work in Progress Workshops

Workshop 1: New paradigms of what constitutes corruption

Chair: Fernanda Odilla


1. Juan Manuel Bedoya Palacio: Administrative and Criminal Control to Corruption as a Human Rights Violation in Colombia

2. Ratna Juwita: Corruption as A Violation of Human Rights: Case Study in Indonesia

3. Monica Naime: The impunity of sextortion: implications for state responsibility

4. Jasmine Elliott: The role of professional advisors in anti-corruption

Workshop 2: The Impunity of corruption

Chair: Nina Onopriychuk


1. Luciano Da Ros and Manoel Gehrke: Politicians on trial: causes and consequences of convictions for corruption

2. Jimmy Kande: What form of denunciation, for an effective fight against corruption in the Democratic Republic of the Congo? And what kind of protection for whistleblowers?

3. Simone Rivabella: Independence of prosecutors and rule of law




Session 6: Co-Creation

Co-Creation 1: Corruption control and new technologies

Organizers: Dale Mineshima-Lowe and Roxana Bratu


1. Ramin Shirali, When Can Digital Technology Improve Governance? The Relationship between Trust and Digitalization

Co-Creation 2: Revisiting 30 Years of Corruption and Anti-Corruption, Toward a New Anti-Corruption Approach on the African Continent

Organizer: Ivan Atayumbe




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