Making Anti-Corruption Effective: a new approach
LSE Cutting Edge Lecture Series
29 October 2021 (via YouTube)
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Professor Mushtaq Khan shared and discussed new approaches to making anti-corruption more effective. He shared insights from the applied research programme SOAS ACE which takes an innovative approach to anti-corruption policy and practice. The SOAS ACE programme is responding to the serious challenges facing people and economies affected by corruption by generating evidence that makes anti-corruption real and using those findings to help policymakers, business and civil society adopt new, feasible, high-impact strategies to tackle corruption.
The lecture was chaired by Dr Duncan Green with Dr Uche Igwe as a discussant for the lecture.
This talk was part of the Cutting Edge Issues in Development Thinking & Practice, 2021/22, series, a high-profile lecture series run by the Department of International Development at LSE and organised by Professor James Putzel and Professor in Practice Duncan Green.