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QoG researchers participated in an IACC session titled "Women's political participation and corruption: does gender matter?"

News: Oct 24, 2018

"Women's political participation and corruption: does gender matter?" was the question asked in a session at the International Anti-Corruption Conference in Copenhagen yesterday where three of QoG's researchers played key roles. The session was coordinated by Lena Wängnerud, moderated by Amy C. Alexander, and Monika Bauhr was one of the experts in the panel.

The other expers in the panel was: Justin Esarey, Rice University, Daniel Stockemer, University of Ottawa and Mi Yung Yoon, Hanover College.

A short report from the session was prepared by Marie Chêne from Transparency International, and you can read it here:

Gender and Corruption 18th IACC Short Session Report

 

 

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