New website for informal governance research
All those interested in the latest research on how informal structures and social conventions drive corruption should visit our new online resource on informal governance and corruption.
This user-friendly and interactive site was created by the Public Governance division as part of our research project in the context of the Anti-Corruption Evidence Programme of the UK Department for International Development and the British Academy.
It contains the findings from our recent comprehensive research project on this important subject, plus a host of short videos and summaries.
Visit the Informal Governance website
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