Modules 4 of IMACC and MACS 2020 sessions have started

Students of the International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) and Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) programmes started live sessions of their fourth modules on 12 July 2021. The IMACC’s fourth module focuses on ‘Behavioral and Institutional Economics of Anti-Corruption Compliance Management, and Implementation’, whereas the module of MACS 2020 dals with ‘Economics of Corruption’.

In the framework of these modules, students of both programmes attend sessions on the behavioral and institutional economical approaches to anti-corruption, public procurement, and on the integrity in international development from the perspective of the World Bank Group’s sanction system. All students also attend an expert talk regarding SDGs and Anti-Corruption with an expert from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

In separate sessions, MACS students focus on economic theories, and consequences of corruption as well as on game theory in connection to anti-corruption. The IMACC students analyze issues related to compliance management and corporate communication. Moreover, the IMACC students also learn about the transnational standards of anti-corruption compliance and continue their course ‘Auditing under ISO 37001 and ISO 37301’ which started in the previous module.

Both modules’ live sessions will end in the first week of August 2021 and will be followed by the post-study phase.

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