Resources

Publications

Research is a central element of IACA’s mandate and helps to support the organization’s programmes and activities around the world.

By making its research outputs available to a broad audience, IACA intends to position itself as a centre of innovative thinking in anti-corruption and compliance.

Alumni Publications

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Alumni conference Asia 2022

Reflections and new perspectives for anti-corruption and compliance: A showcase of IACA alumni projects and Collective Action initiatives.

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It is our pleasure to present the Regional Alumni Asia 2022 Post Conference Publication with the theme - Reflections and New Perspectives for Anti-Corruption and Compliance: A showcase of IACA Alumni Projects and Collective Action Initiatives.

This publication presents a summary of the presentations from the alumni speakers at the regional conference as well as some others from the region who could not participate but wanted to share their perspectives. It showcases initiatives and projects in the region established by IACA Alumni and those that they are involved in.

Latest Research

IACA professors and researchers conduct original research in the areas of collective action, compliance, and (private sector) anti-corruption with the aim of establishing new benchmarks and practice-oriented approaches.

Intergrity and Anti-Corruption Compliance in Sport

Dr. Eduard Ivanov, Hamad Alsubaiei, Andre Moreno, Lara Weitgasser

Article “The Role of Ethics and Compliance in Preventing Typical Corrupt Practices” in the Yearbook 2023 for Global Ethics, Compliance and Integrity

The Role of Ethics and Compliance in Preventing Typical Corrupt Practices

The article was published in the Yearbook 2023 for Global Ethics, Compliance and Integrity  

Article of senior researcher Eduard Ivanov “The Role of Ethics and Compliance in Preventing Typical Corrupt Practices” has been published in the Yearbook 2023 for Global Ethics, Compliance and Integrity.

The article presents the first results of the IACA’s research on typologies of corruption offences in the corporate sector and demonstrates how companies become involved in corrupt relationships.  

Reports on typologies can help companies to assess the risk of corruption and implement policies on due diligence, risk management, conflict of interest, gifts and hospitality and internal investigations. 

IACA also conducts research on typologies of corruption in sports.

Eduard Ivanov

Overview of Anti-Corruption Compliance Standards and Guidelines (second revised edition)

Eduard Ivanov

Overview of Anti-Corruption Compliance Standards and Guidelines

Eduard Ivanov

Does corruption end in the safe heaven: the voice of refugees in the destination country

Iryna Mikhnovets

Inhibiting Factors for Small and Medium Scale Enterprise (SMEs) Participation in Anti-Corruption Collective Action. A Case Study of the Malawi SMEs

Ipyana Musopole

Master’s Theses

Here we present some some examples of master’s theses by graduates of IACA’s Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) and International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) programmea for which independent research was conducted.

Anonymity as a Shield: Exploring its Efficacy in Empowering Whistleblowers against Corruption in Malawi

Welkam Phiri

2021 – 2023 Class

TOWARDS “INTELLIGENT COMPLIANCE” Artificial Intelligence as an Effective Anti- Corruption Tool?

Ornella Belfiori

2021 – 2023 Class

Support Staff Corruption in the Chief Magistrates’ Courts of Uganda: Exploring the Impact and Influence of Supervising Judicial Officers

Joel Wegoye

2021 – 2023 Class

Dismantling ‘The Machine’: a Role for Non-Trial Resolutions in Anti-Corruption Enforcement in South Africa?

Colette Ashton

2019 – 2021 Class

IACA Library

The IACA library comprises a vast collection of resources covering various subject areas, with a special focus on anti-corruption. It offers print publications as well as access to databases and journals, providing thousands of scholarly articles and resources.

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Laxenburg/Vienna, Austria  |  T: +43 2236 710 718 101

© 2023 IACA. Developed by IACA.