Submit your latest findings and present at the Forum

In the run up to the 2018 Forum, the OECD calls for quality conceptual papers, as well as qualitative and quantitative empirical research papers focused on topics related to integrity, inclusive growth and policy capture. Innovative topics, methodologies and insights are especially encouraged. Proposals from individuals under the age of 40 are welcome, including graduate students. 

Selected papers will be published on this website and authors of the selected papers 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).

Guidelines for Submission

Email your proposals by 15 November 2017 with your complete contact information (including institutional affiliation), a copy of your ID, and an abstract outlining the key findings and methodology of your paper (max. 500 words)
to: integrityforum@oecd.org.

We will acknowledge receipt of each paper and will notify the authors by 1 December 2017

Read the guidelines for more details.

Possible thematic areas for papers:

Integrity and inclusive growth
Anti-corruption, economic development and innovation
Policy capture, lobbying, political party financing
Integrity, elections and democratic governance 
Political economy studies of influence, power and integrity
Behavioural economics related to integrity and anti-corruption
Sectoral and country case studies on integrity and inclusive growth

Key dates

  • Submission of proposals by 15 November 2017
  • Results notified by 1 December 2017
  • Poster outline due: 15 February 2018
  • Final selected paper due: 15 February 2018 
  • Presentation at Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum: 27-28 March 2018