The Global (Anti)corruption Studies (GACS) research group promotes research and knowledge dissemination on corruption and anticorruption in the Global South and thereby contributes to decolonizing the corruption studies curriculum and democratizing the dialogue between policy makers, practitioners, and the public. GACS has initially focused on Brazil and China, but we are expanding our scope to cover all the regions of the Global South.
Topics covered include gender and corruption, corruption and development, corruption and ethnic relations, corruption and human rights, corruption(and/or anti-corruption) and technology, citizen participant in anti-corruption, anti-corruption practice and innovation, anti-corruption education and regional and international anti-corruption instruments and their impact on the Global South.
Lecturer in Chinese Society
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