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New Discussion Paper encourages Behavioral Science for Fighting CorruptionSome methods aimed at preventing corruption are too costly or even counterproductive. Behavioral science has identified regularities in human behavior that can provide us with an integrating theoretical model and help us design better policies. Please find here a new discussion paper that will stir some debate. Preventing Corruption by Promoting Trust – Insights from Behavioral Science
by JOHANN GRAF LAMBSDORFF
Participants provide overwhelming feedbackFrom September 27 to October 4, 2014 the University of Passau offered the workshop "The Economics of Corruption: Seeking the Nudges for Reform". Find the students' evaluation here, including a selection of comments . The event was targeted towards PhD and master-students with an interest in experimental and behavioral approaches to corruption.
More details are available here.
2013 Economics of Corruption
From October 6 to October 13, 2013 the University of Passau organized "The Economics of Corruption: Experimental Approaches to Responsible Governance". Guest presentations were given by Günther Schulze, Martin Kocher and Christoph Engel.
More details are available here.
2012 Economics of Corruption - additional event in Spanish in Barranquilla, ColombiaFrom July 30 to August 3, 2012, the first Spanish "Economics of Corruption" is offered. It orchestrated by Frederic Boehm at the Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia. More details are now available here.
Call for PapersA special Issue on
Corruption at the Grassroots-level - Between Temptation, Norms, and Culture
of the Journal of Economics and Statistics (Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik) is guest edited by Johann Graf Lambsdorff (University of Passau) and Günther G. Schulze (University of Freiburg). We invite for contributions that employ experiments or microeconometric methods. Full papers are due December 1, 2012. All submissions are peer reviewed. For complete information please approach the call for papers or approach the journal.
Two New Discussion Papers ReleasedBy help of a novel survey method approach households in 66 countries reveal their attitudes towards bribery. Read about the surprising results at the research area, contribution 30 of ICGG.
Another contribution 29 takes a Law and Economics perspective and links it to the problems of enforcing corrupt deal. It thus contributes to an anticorruption philosophy that provides cutting-edge insights for reform.
Three Reviews on The Institutional Economics of Corruption and ReformThe latest publication by Prof. Lambsdorff has been reviewed recently. Read the reviews in three leading journals. Public Choice, 2009, vol. 138 (1): 257-258, Comparative Economic Studies, 2009, Vol. 51 (1): 149-151, , Development and Change, 2008, Vol. 39(4): 711-712.
Publication by Prof. Graf Lambsdorff at Cambridge University Press released 2007
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