The Economics of Corruption 2017: Detecting the Intrinsic Drivers of Anticorrupt

Description Recent years have seen growing skepticism towards control and compliance and the related administrative burden. Novel methods of anticorruption focus on detecting the intrinsic rather than the extrinsic drivers that might motivate ethical government. Participants learn about this experimental and behavioral research by help of lectures, games and interactive modules. They are guided to develop appropriate designs and work in groups to implement their own experiments.

We kindly invite for applications by PhD-students and Master students who apply experimental methods. We are grateful if you pass on this announcement to interested applicants. For further information, please approach http://www.icgg.org.

Location Passau, Germany
Date Sun, October 8, 2017
Repeat Type Daily;Until=10/16/2017 4:00am
Priority 5-Medium
Access Public
Category Corruption*, Research*
Created by Gary Hill
Updated Fri, June 2, 2017 8:38pm GMT
Participants Gary Hill
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