Basel Institute presents research findings at Anti-Corruption Evidence award holders event
Dr. Claudia Baez-Camargo, Head of Governance Research at the Basel Institute, presented her team’s findings from its two-year research project on Informal Governance and Corruption: Transcending the Principal-Agent and Collective Action Paradigms at the award holders’ event of the ACE programme at the British Academy in London on 27 February.
This Basel Institute-led project, launched in 2016, is one of eight research projects that have been funded under this initiative.
The outputs from this two-year research project include reports and policy briefs on seven country case studies (Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda) as well as comparative analyses.
Currently the research team is embedding the findings in a multimedia-web based platform hosted by the Basel Institute; this will be launched in early June 2018.
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