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Demystifying the Corruption Paradox by Exploring Bribery 'At Home'

Project: Research


This British Academy funded project analyses bribery 'at home' and bribery 'abroad'. While much is known, and done, about the use of bribery in foreign countries to further UK economic/political interests, there is a major research gap in relation to the use of bribery within the UK and questions arise about why the response to domestic and international bribery varies so strongly. This project aims to enhance the evidence base on the nature and control of domestic bribery, comparing the UK with the Netherlands.
Effective start/end date1/10/1630/09/18
  • Benson, Katie (Research Associate)
  • Lord, Nicholas (Principal Investigator)
  • van WIngerde, Karin (Co-Investigator)
  • Levi, Michael (Co-Investigator)
  • Doig, Alan (Co-Investigator)