korrwiss


Call for registrations to the 7th KorrWiss Colloquium

@University of Stuttgart

22 March – 24 March 2019

The 7th ICRN KorrWiss Kolloquium for researchers up to post-doc level will take place at the University of Stuttgart in March 2019.

 

The aim of KorrWiss is to provide an interdisciplinary platform for young corruption researchers to communicate and exchange their ideas. At the colloquium, we can discuss our work in progress, completed research outputs, and ideas for future projects.

 

The KorrWiss will start Friday, 22nd of March, in the morning and takes the whole Saturday, 23rd . The Sunday, 24th , is optional and – depending on the number of participants – can be used for either more presentations, networking, or touristic activities. On Friday evening, we will have a joint dinner.

 

Please send your registration to Felix Goldberg (felix.goldberg@sowi.uni-stuttgart.de). The registration must include name, home university, and (working) title of the presentation. Papers are not obligatory. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

 

The deadline for the registration is January 31, 2019.

 

 

The aim of KorrWiss (= KorruptionswissenschaftlerInnen) is to provide an interdisciplinary platform for young corruption researchers to communicate and exchange their ideas. The network covers about 100 members from Germany, Austria and Switzerland who share their research, corruption-related information, conference calls, etc. via a mailing list (korrwiss-subscribe@yahoogroups.com). In addition, to make exchange more personal, alternating KorrWiss members organize regularly colloquiums in different German cities (six up to now, see below). Each colloquium provides all members the opportunity to discuss their work in progress, completed research outputs, and ideas for future projects, as well as to hold methodological workshops.

The main objectives of KorrWiss are:

  1. To connect young German speaking corruption researches (up to post-doc level).
  2. To promote interdisciplinary work and to value and respect different perspectives, definitions, and methods of corruption research.
  3. To discuss research on a peer level. The network is not open to senior researchers. All contacts take place on a level playing field and the discussion culture is informal. 
  4. To support other members in a constructive way without any form of research competition.
  5. To feel responsible for the community. KorrWiss is a community that relies on the activity of its members. Everyone is invited to become engaged (in any way) in supporting members of the group.

6th Colloquium, Frankfurt 2018

5th Colloquium, Berlin 2017



4th Colloquium, Düsseldorf 2015


3rd Colloquium, Duisburg 2015



2nd Colloquium, Hannover 2014


1st Colloquium, Berlin 2013