The other week I attended the European Conference on African Studies (ECAS2019) in Edinburgh, with colleagues from the SOAS ACE Research Consortium. Here are three things I learned.
Women in Nigeria’s Lagos State are less likely to engage in corruption than men, according to a survey commissioned by the ACE Research Consortium and conducted last month by Pollit Analytics. The s...
Should corruption be seen as a moral issue? It often seems so, and that attitude is often reflected in how societies decide it should be dealt with – punishment through the legal system or the rule ...
Realigning incentives, taking differences into account: Towards evidence-based reforms of the skills development sector in Tanzania
A briefing on the financing and governance of the skills development sector in Tanzania, as well as potential areas for reform.
In this working paper, Dr Antonio Andreoni discusses potential reforms in the vocational skills training sector in Tanzania.
A Working Paper examining the dynamics of corruption and rule-breaking in West African and Nigerian health systems.
25 September 2018 – Anti-corruption by design: Understanding and tackling health system corruption on the road to Universal Health Coverage
This column outlines key policy measures for building more competitive firms in different economic sectors.