KickBack - The GLOBAL ANTICORRUPTION PODCAST

This podcast series features

in-depth interviews

with a wide range of corruption experts,

on questions such as:

 

What have we learned from 20+ years of (anti)corruption research? 

Why and how does power corrupt?

Which theories help to make sense of corruption?

What can we do to manage corruption?

How to recover stolen assets?

 

With a discussion around these and many other questions that fascinate us about corruption research we hope to reach and engage with a broad audience.

 

The guest so far have included Pulitzer Prize winning journalistsworld-leading corruption scholars, chief Economists of Development Banks, former FBI agents, creative and passionate anti-corruption practitioners and high ranking corruption investigators.

 

You can subscribe to the Podcast via Soundcloud, StitcherSpotify or Itunes.

 

You can support the podcast by becoming a patreon.

 

 

Feel free to get in touch with the show via:

Email: info@icrnetwork.org

Twitter: @KickBackGAP

Facebook: Facebook/KickBackGAP

 

KickBackGAP is a podcast project founded by...
- Nils Köbis
- Christopher Starke
- Matthew Stephenson

 Special thanks to Kayhan Golkar for composing our jingle "Points"

and Jonathan Kleinpass for his technical support. 

 


KickBack - The Global Anticorruption Podcast

27. Mushtaq Khan and Paul Heywood on Anti-Corruption Evidence (Part I) (Sun, 22 Mar 2020)
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26. Doron Navot on corruption allegations against Netanyahu, post-truth & the concept of Combina (Mon, 09 Mar 2020)
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25. Roberto de Michele & Francesco De Simone on IDB’s approaches to evidence-based Anti- Corruption (Mon, 24 Feb 2020)
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24. Gary Kalman on beneficial ownership & his vision for Transparency International USA (Mon, 10 Feb 2020)
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23. Andrés Hernández on protest, populism, and the anti-corruption referendum in Colombia (Mon, 27 Jan 2020)
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22. Charles Davidson on kleptocracy, beneficial ownership and reputation laundering (Mon, 13 Jan 2020)
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21. Nils & Christopher on the first year and the future of Kickback (Mon, 23 Dec 2019)
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20. Leonor Ortiz Monasterio & Miguel Meza on anti-corruption in Mexico (Mon, 09 Dec 2019)
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19. Monika Bauhr on need vs. greed corruption and how it is linked to gender (Mon, 25 Nov 2019)
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18. David Barboza on investigating the hidden wealth of Chinese elites (Mon, 11 Nov 2019)
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17. Shaul Shalvi on behavioral ethics and the psychological roots of corruption (Mon, 28 Oct 2019)
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16. Kevin E. Davis on his book "Between Impunity & Imperialism" and fighting transnational bribery (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
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15. Sergei Guriev on the value of governance, inclusion & the internet for anti-corruption efforts (Mon, 30 Sep 2019)
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14. Kieu Vien on encouraging discussions about corruption & shaping anti-corruption laws in Vietnam (Mon, 16 Sep 2019)
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13. Cristina Bicchieri on social norms of corruption, Antanas Mockus and Soap Operas (Mon, 02 Sep 2019)
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12. Oguzhan Dincer on measuring corruption at different levels & historic developments in Turkey (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
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11. Daria Kaleniuk on the anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine (Mon, 05 Aug 2019)
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10. Elise Bean on financial fraud, money laundering and the top 3 policies to curb corruption (Mon, 22 Jul 2019)
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9. Debra LaPrevotte on being an FBI agent, asset recovery, safe havens for cleptocrats & war crimes (Mon, 08 Jul 2019)
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8. Alina Mungiu-Pippidi on corruption in Romania, democratic transitions, advise for young scholars (Mon, 24 Jun 2019)
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7. Paul Heywood on which questions to ask to gain new insights into the wicked problem of corruption (Mon, 10 Jun 2019)
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6. Frederik Obermaier on Panama Papers, Ibiza video & the role of media freedom for anti-corruption (Mon, 27 May 2019)
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5. Bo Rothstein on corruption as a collective action problem and long term fixes (Mon, 13 May 2019)
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4. Paul Lagunes on transparency 2.0, the importance of citizens for anti-corruption in Latin America (Mon, 29 Apr 2019)
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3. Robtel Neajai Pailey on how to teach anti-corruption through children's books (Mon, 15 Apr 2019)
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2. Deltan Dallagnol on leading the prosecution of the Lava Jato investigations in Brazil (Mon, 01 Apr 2019)
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1. Susan Rose-Ackerman on the principal-agent theory of corruption (Mon, 18 Mar 2019)
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Media Coverage

The podcast has been featured on the Global Anti-Corruption Blog (here) and the Center for International Private Enterprises, Anti-Corruption & Governance Center's Business and Integrity Blog (here).