As one of the newest research centres in the School of Law, Politics and Sociology, the 'Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption' (SCSC) takes an interdisciplinary approach to analysing what corruption is, where and why it flourishes and also what (most importantly) can be done to counteract it.
Created in 2011, the SCSC aims to be a world-leading centre of corruption analysis and will work closely with organisations such as Transparency International in developing recommendations and proposals for combating corruption both in the United Kingdom and further afield.
The Head of the SCSC is Professor. Dan Hough - do contact him on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on this exciting new venture.
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Refer to the Postgraduate Prospectus 2013 for information about our new interdisciplinary MA Corruption and Governance