“How to research corruption”: An Interdisciplinary Forum

“How to research corruption”: An Interdisciplinary Forum
June 17-18, 2016, Volkshotel Amsterdam

Keynote: Bo Rothstein.

The Interdisciplinary Forum “How to research corruption” aims to bring together international junior researchers working in the field of (anti-)corruption. The interactive design of the forum is a combination between conference and workshop. With an emphasis on methods to research corruption, it will provide opportunities to exchange ideas, explore new paths, and discuss chances and challenges of different methods to research corruption.

We cordially invite young researchers from all disciplines (including but not limited to psychology, economics, political science, sociology, law, anthropology, history) to apply before February 1, 2016.

The Interdisciplinary Forum is especially aimed at junior researchers (PhD, Post-Docs) but qualified Master students can also apply. We particularly welcome multidisciplinary approaches.

Click here to apply (it takes around 15 minutes to complete but you can also come back to where you left and use the same link again).

The Interdisciplinary Forum will take place on June 17 and 18, 2016, in the Volkshotel Amsterdam. Further information on the venue can be found here. Thanks to funding by the Dutch Science Foundation (NWO), the event is free of charge for participants; lunch, snacks and drinks will be provided during both days. Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and accommodation.

If you have further questions or need clarification, please do not hesitate to contact the organizational committee. We are looking forward to your application!