Professor Paul Bukuluki leads the ethnographic field team in training

Pairing field experimental and ethnographic methods to study anti-corruption

Mark BuntaineMark Buntaine is an associate professor of environmental institutions and governance at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara. His research investigates the sources of effective environmental policy in developing countries, with an emphasis on the governance practices that lead to effective management of the environment. Buntaine leads…

Bwindi National Forest with Uganda Wildlife Authority and Bwindi logos

Fighting corruption by recognizing integrity

Mark BuntaineMark Buntaine is an associate professor of environmental institutions and governance at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara. His research investigates the sources of effective environmental policy in developing countries, with an emphasis on the governance practices that lead to effective management of the environment. Buntaine leads…

woman in African market

Realising the dream of Pan-African trade: Giving women voice in improving borders

Jacqueline KloppJacqueline Klopp’s research focuses at the intersection of sustainable land use, infrastructure, democratization, violence, displacement and corruption.  Klopp is the author of numerous popular and scholarly and is taking an increasing interest in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and questions of public participation and transparency in policymaking and implementation.