Under the guidance of Professor Robert Klitgaard, participants will examine how companies, countries, cities, and other entities can launch and sustain preventive and curative measures against corruption.
They will work on interactive case studies that deal with effective anti-corruption efforts and hear about innovative methods of good governance and institutional reform. Robert Klitgaard is a university professor at Claremont Graduate University. He advises governments around the world on institutional reform and has been called “the world´s leading expert on corruption”. Among his books are Tropical Gangsters, which was included in the New York Times´ Books of the Century, and Choosing Elites, that appears in the Harvard Guide to Influential Books. The seminar is designed for anti-corruption experts, business and governance executives, leaders of civil society organizations, journalists, and academics who are interested in improving design, management and sustainability of anti-corruption efforts. It will be delivered in English. Tuition fees are 320 EUR, with registrations received before 9 June benefiting from a 10% discount. The fee also covers lunch, round trip transportation from Vienna to the Academy and a dinner.