The 2018 OECD Global Forum on Anti-Corruption and Integrity will be taking place on March 27-28, 2018.
In the run up to the 2018 Forum, the OECD calls for conceptual papers, as well as qualitative and quantitative empirical research focused on topics related to integrity, inclusive growth and policy capture. Innovative topics, methodologies and insights are especially encouraged.
Who can make a proposal? We are encouraging proposals from young professionals, including graduate students (under the age of 40). We wish to give these groups an opportunity of elevated exposure and the chance to share knowledge and debate with respected peers. Please read the guidelines (pdf) for further information.
Present your research. Selected papers will be published on the forum website and the authors will have the opportunity to present their paper at the 2018 forum in form of a poster presentation and a 5-minute research pitch (with Q&A).
Deadline. The deadline for submission of proposals (abstracts) is 15 November 2017.
Spread the word. We would appreciate if you could also circulate the call for papers within your network of academics and among interested researchers and students.
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To see what the Global Forum on Anti-Corruption and Integrity is all about – check out our video.
We also invite you to visit our website where you will find the 2017 selected papers as well as the highlights from the 2017 Forum.
Questions? Please do not hesitate to contact [email protected] for any further information.
Jeroen Michels is Policy Analyst at the Public Sector Integrity Division of the OECD, where he specializes in corruption prevention in the public sector. He also manages the OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum, the OECD’s public multi-stakeholder platform shaping anti-corruption and integrity dialogue between governments, policy communities, private sector, civil society and academia.
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