Tina Søreide, Professor of Law and Economics at the Norwegian School of Economics and a member of IACA’s Frequent Visiting Faculty, delivered a two-day seminar on campus this week, showcasing the best of her work in anti-corruption.
Held on 3 and 4 July, this was the eighth IACA “Best Of” seminar aimed at professionals wanting to strengthen their anti-corruption efforts and stay abreast of current trends and issues in the field.
Over the two interactive days, participants learned from Prof. Søreide’s expertise in areas including, among others, the effectiveness of debarment in public procurement; organizational vs. individual liability; the benefits, drawbacks, and regulation of corporate bribery settlements; and future anti-corruption regulatory developments. Participants also had the opportunity to network with attendees of IACA’s Summer Academy during joint events on campus.
Following the seminar, the participants have become part of IACA’s alumni network of over 1,600 anti-corruption and compliance professionals in 155 countries and jurisdictions.
IACA will hold its next “Best Of” Seminar in autumn this year, and more information will be published soon.
Past editions have featured internationally renowned experts including Johann Graf Lambsdorff (University of Passau), Michael Johnston (IACA and Colgate University), Robert Klitgaard (Claremont Graduate University), Drago Kos (Chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery), Susan Rose-Ackerman (Yale University), and Bo Rothstein (University of Gothenburg).