CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Issue of the European Journal of Social Psychology
The social psychology of corruption
Thanks to the great help of our partner Global Integrity, our roundtable with the guest speakers Heather Marquette (University of Birmingham), Jonathan Cushing (Transparency International Global Health), & Leslie Holmes (University of Melbourne) was open to the public and is now available as a special episode of Kickback - The Global Anti-Corruption Podcast.
We are a network of corruption researchers from different disciplinary, national and cultural backgrounds. We believe that exchange and collaboration is paramount to foster the understanding of the complex and socially harmful phenomenon of corruption.
The vision of the Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network is to reconcile
varying perspectives into a constructive outlet for the progression of scientific research
The overarching goal of this program is to enhance the quality of scientific research on corruption, its sources and consequences as well as on good governance with the ambition to boost its application in the policy-making and implementation domains .
We intend to achieve these goals in two main phases:
This program is innovative insofar as it will be the first such interdisciplinary network of scholars committed to scientific research on corruption and good governance. Furthermore, it will be a pioneering effort in knowledge transfer from academia to the policy and implementation spheres on these issues.