The Centre for the Study of Corruption
The Centre for the Study of Corruption (CSC) is an internationally renowned centre of excellence for research and teaching on corruption, widely recognised for combining cutting-edge academic approaches and research with practical experience of how corruption can be addressed in the real world.
CSC’s research activities are based around four themes:
- corruption in politics
- corruption in international business
- corruption in sport
- corruption in geographical context – with particular strengths in the UK, Germany & Eastern Europe, China and Africa.
Our teaching programmes give the best available grounding for current and future anti-corruption professionals, providing a year-long immersion for students who go on to run anti-corruption agencies, corporate compliance departments and the anti-corruption functions in international organisations.
The in-depth insights our courses provide in the politics and business of corruption are also an excellent base for working in government, business, international institutions and the non-profit sector.
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If you would like to know more about our work, please contact us at: email@example.com.
You can also catch up with the latest news and activities by following us on Twitter at @Sussex_SCSC, downloading our periodic newsletter, following our blog or having a look at our latest discussion papers.
Dragomir Stoyanov Sussex PhD researcher who took part in the protests that culminated in the collapse of the communist regime in Bulgaria in 1989.
Professor Liz David Barrett, director of the Centre for the Study of Corruption, and her team mates won a prize from the International Monetary Fund.
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