The lecture described the challenges and advantages of interdisciplinary collaborations on corruption. The speakers, all stemming from different disciplines, introduced the differences and commonalities in the conceptualization of corruption. Although corruption is typically examined at different levels of analysis (macro, meso, micro), the investigation shares many topics across the different disciplines, e.g. trust, accountability and social networks. The speakers presented research that they conduct in collaboration which manifest the benefits of interdisciplinary corruption research.
26 Nov 2015
Seminar on Corruption and the Public (Korruption und Öffentlichkeit)