MACS high angle group photo outdoors editIACA is again opening its doors for prospective Master’s students this summer and autumn. Attending an open day is the ideal way to learn more about our two Master’s programmes: the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) and the new International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC).

In addition to meeting the Academic Programmes team and our students at IACA’s campus in Laxenburg, near Vienna, visitors have the opportunity to attend a class with a world-renowned professor.

Find more details about the summer open days and upcoming open days later in the year here.

24 July: Macroeconomic Theories and Models of Corruption (MACS programme)

Lecture by Professor Johann Graf Lambsdorff (Germany)

Prof. Lambsdorff holds a professorship in economic theory at the University of Passau, Germany, since 2003, and is a member of IACA’s frequent visiting faculty. In 1995, Prof. Lambsdorff designed the Corruption Perceptions Index on behalf of Transparency International and oversaw its production until 2008. He is globally recognized for his work on measuring corruption as well as the institutional and behavioural economics of reform.

1 August: Social Cost of Corruption (MACS programme)

Lecture by Professor Ivo Teixeira Gico Jr. (Brazil)

Professor Gico is the Antitrust and Regulation Professor of the Law Graduate Program at the University Center of Brasília, Brazil (UniCeuB), and is a member of IACA’s frequent visiting faculty. He is regularly invited as a Judge Instructor at the Brazilian National Academy of Judges. He founded and leads the specialized law firm Gico, Hadmann & Dutra Advogados, based in Brasília, Brazil, which focuses on antitrust, regulation, and complex litigation.

Practical details

Join us on one of the above dates from 15:30 for a coffee with our students and Academic Programmes department. Following the coffee break, from 16:00 – 17:45, you can join one of the sessions with our distinguished professors.

Registration

Please note: attendees must be qualified to apply to the IACA Master Programmes. Please email studies@iaca.int at least a day before the selected Open Day lecture, attach your résumé or CV, and indicate which session you would like to attend.

Read more about the upcoming Academic Programmes Open Days here.