Liz is Head of the Global Programme for Measuring Corruption at the International Anti-Corruption Academy. She has been researching corruption for more than 20 years and was previously Director of the Centre for the Study of Corruption at the University of Sussex, UK. Always aiming to bridge gaps between research and practice, she has engaged widely with practitioners (e.g. by authoring reports for Transparency International, advising governments on anti-corruption strategies, and supporting the private sector on business integrity).
Sep 21, 2022 • 16 minutes
Prof. Liz David-Barrett and Aoife Murray introduce 'Measurement Matters,' the first in a new podcast series about the Global Programme for Measuring Corruption from the International Anti-Corruption Academy.
Dec 7, 2022 • 30 minutes
The organisers of the measuring integrity 'think-in' explain why measuring integrity is of great interest to anyone in the anti-corruption field, reflect on their learnings from the event and discuss what happens next.
Apr 6, 2023 • 35 minutes
Liz David-Barrett and Ken Okamura discuss a recent think-in they held in Vienna about measuring illicit financial flows connected to grand corruption.
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