Our PhD Researchers

 

Riccardo D'EmidioRiccardo D'Emidio

Policing corruption or corrupted policing? A study of social norms and corrupt behaviour in the Ghana Police Service

Supervisors: Prof. Dan Hough and Prof. Robert Barrington



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Rebecca DobsonRebecca Dobson

An analysis of interst and influence in UK climate change policymaking and its  implications for the concept of institutional corruption 

 Supervisors: Prof. Dan Hough and Prof. Robert Barrington



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Irasema GuzmanIrasema Guzman

Corruption risks in public procurement contracts: monitoring delivery of goods, services and works projects in Mexico

Supervisor: Prof. Elizabeth David-Barrett and Prof. Dan Hough


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Jamie ParkJamie Park

Regulating conflicts of interest to reduce corruption risk in South Korea by analysing the case study of the UK, USA and Germany

Supervisors: Dr. Roxana Bratu and Prof. Elizabeth David-Barrett


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Thomas ShipleyThomas Shipley

Narrowing the evidence gap in the anti-corruption field: the role of monitoring and evaluation

Supervisors: Prof. Elizabeth David-Barrett and Prof. Dan Hough 


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Yang WuYang Wu

 Anti-corruption narratives in China 

Supervisors: Prof. Dan Hough and Dr. E Robinson 



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