Sala Polivalente, ICS-UL, Lisbon (Portugal)
25-29 September 2017
09:30-12:30 and 14:30-18:30
Advanced knowledge of English (written and spoken). First degree in social sciences. Basic computer skills. 5 ECTS
Several research methods can be used on Corruption and Corruption Control Analysis. The choice of method is largely contingent on the type of research question, the theoretical angle adopted, and other practical as well as ethical considerations. The purpose of this course is to prepare students to identify, understand and apply a variety of methodological tools conducive to research in the field of corruption studies. By advancing students knowledge on these different methodological approaches, we can help them gain a much more nuanced understanding of how such a complex normative issue, with social, economic, cultural, institutional and political implications can be studied.
Public Master, doctoral and postdoctoral students, law enforcement officials, journalists and NGO activists working in the field of anti-corruption
Non-refundable registration deposit
250 € for students