“Far from being anindependent actor telling thestoryof corruption, Nigeria’s media industry is part of thestructuralcorruption that exists as a result of patron-clientpolitics,” according to our research.
Welcoming @hamarquette to @OpenGovHub, speaking on “Organised Crime, Development, & Consequences”… the scale is astonishing and has significant implications for development considerations…
#drugtrafficking #IFFs #extractives #cybercrime #wildlifecrime
I wrote about the redux of state capitalism & the public purpose in response to @mbabic_1 ‘s previous article. Citing the work of @IliasAlami @michalrozworski & @eurodad @ingridharvold @cacrisalves, I support the case for bringing State Planning back in developing countries https://t.co/1GwEkxVaMI
Thank you @LSE_ID for the opportunity to present SOAS-ACE research! Pallavi Roy’s lecture was based on our recent working paper ‘Digital identities: a political settlements analysis of asymmetric power and information’ Access here: https://t.co/SCVO7jS25D