Researcher Adam Harris discusses the results of surveys of public servants in ten countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe that focused on the experience of public servants in relation to public service management, their integrity, attitudes, and motivation to serve citizens and deliver policies in accordance with the public interest.
Ethics Codes: How they can curb corruption in public service if part of a smart anti-corruption infrastructure
Researcher Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling discusses how the interaction of ethics codes and disciplinary codes affects corruption in public service.
GI ACE researchers Jacqueline Klopp, Alissa Krueger, and Melissa Trimble highlight the implications of COVID-19 on small scale cross-border trading in Kenya and Uganda.
How might knowledge about the centrality of informal social networks be used to inform the design of innovative anti-corruption approaches?
Researcher Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling discusses GI-ACE project taking up the challenge of developing a state-of-the-art ethics training for civil servants in order to contribute to the ambition of building a more professional and ethical civil service in Nepal.