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)
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