SOAS-ACE: Feasible anti-corruption strategies – a new approach
The SOAS-ACE research framework advocates an alternative, bottom-up and sector-specific approach that aims to engage powerful organisations to support anti-corruption strategies with developmental impact for their own benefit. This approach can be tested across different sectors and can appeal to all academics, development specialists and policy makers interested in implementing anti-corruption strategies in adverse contexts as well as deepening our understanding of effective policy design for anti-corruption policies in a wide range of economic and political contexts. Professor Mushtaq Khan presents his innovative anti-corruption approach using newly generated research evidence that tackles corruption in developing countries.
- Prof Mushtaq Khan, Professor in Economics and Executive Director (ACE Research Consortium), SOAS University of London
- Dr Pallavi Roy, Senior Lecturer in International Economics and Research Director (ACE Research Consortium), SOAS University of London
This presentation was part of the Knowledge Partner talks of the 2020 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum, which aimed at learning more about the latest insights and initiatives of civil society organisations and academia, covering issues such as beneficial ownership, sovereign wealth funds, and ethical business regulation.