Ina Kubbe is a founding member of the Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network.
She is a Post-Doctoral Fellow working at the Department of Political Science at Tel Aviv University where she is currently researching on the norms of values of the Israeli and Palestinian society related to the conflict. She obtained her Ph.D. from Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany, in 2013 about „Is it all about profit? Corruption in European Comparative Perspective” discussing the causes of corruption across and within European countries from a quantitative point of view. The thesis especially highlights the relationship between corruption and democracy.
She has already published several books on Corruption in Europe (Nomos-Verlag) or Experiments in Political Science (VS-Verlag). She is specialized in methodology and comparative research on empirical corruption, democracy and governance research as well as political psychology. She had several academic stays abroad such as in the USA or Russia, where she also conducted experiments on corruption, and worked with international colleagues such as Russell D. Dalton from University of California, Irvine.