Watch Mushtaq Khan discuss institutional economics in 5 minutes.
Prof. Obinna Onwujekwe and colleagues reflect on the first stage of their SOAS-ACE project delving into feasible approaches to healthcare corruption in Nigeria.
SOAS-ACE consortium colleagues work on our health projects discuss why it's time to engage with the issue of corruption in health systems.
How does corruption drive inequality? And what can be done about it? Reporting back from our Development Studies Association conference session.
How SOAS-ACE researchers reacted to International Day of the Midwife.
We are looking for an economist or social scientist to join the ACE team in London as a post-doctoral researcher.
Using big data to identify indicators of corruption in aid-funded public procurement? Join the debate.
Why doctors leave their posts – problem-solving irregularities in the health sector with healthcare workers in Bangladesh
A workshop held with ACE partners at the James Grant Centre of Excellence for Universal Health Coverage at BRAC University, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the team at SOAS, l...
The ACE Research Consortium is seeking applications for grants to fund evidence-based research on feasible strategies to tackle private sector corruption.
Ahead of the UN's International Anti-Corruption Day, our Research Director Pallavi Roy explains how and why the ACE research consortium was established to find new ways to make anti-corruption real.