The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission of Nigeria has been one of the more vocal - and at times controversial - anti-corruption agencies in Africa. This Working Paper seeks to analyse the effect...
Dr. Antonio Andreoni presents initial findings from his work in Tanzania on sectoral anti-corruption strategies for growth and development.
An article in the journal African Affairs discusses the uses of the political settlements framework for analysing power structures and institutions.
Cartels as private corruption in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia: the steel sector and enforcement of competition law
Should Tanzania build a megadam in a World Heritage site to address it's chronic power shortages? What are the incentives, corruption and resource capture implications of this and other solutions? Joi...
A new approach to strengthening accountability for better health outcomes for all: Insights from Tanzania
A poster on the SOAS-ACE health research in Tanzania, presented at the Liverpool Global Symposium on Health Systems Research.
Bringing health system corruption into the light - and identifying action that can be taken to counter it - at the Health Systems Research Global Symposium in Liverpool.