Can feasible anti-corruption strategies also tackle inequalities?
27 June 2018, University of Manchester (Development Studies Association conference)
Corruption constrains public services and hobbles development. How can we work with political realities to tackle corruption, sector by sector? The Anti-Corruption Evidence Research Consortium is working to find new strategies to loosen the grip of corruption on public services and productivity. Participants of this session of the annual Development Studies Association conference discussed the Consortium's progress to date.
Pallavi Roy - Research Director, SOAS-ACE
Mushtaq Khan - Executive Director, SOAS-ACE
Eleanor Hutchinson - London School of Health and Tropical Medicine
Emmanuel Tyari - TMBM Capital
Mark Pyman - University of Exeter
Elizabeth David-Barrett - University of Sussex