Research Publications


Research Publications


Here we present a small sample of original research papers produced by IACA professors and researchers in the areas of collective action, compliance, and (private sector) anti-corruption.

Additional papers will be added to this page at regular intervals.

A Review of Benchmarking Studies on Anti-Corruption Compliance Programmes

Han-Kyun Rho

AML/CFT and Anti-Corruption Compliance Regulation: Two Parallel Roads?

Eduard Ivanov

The Compliance Role: A Proposal for Improved Understanding

Han-Kyun Rho

The Anatomy of Corruption Practices: A Theoretical Frameworkfor a ‘Macro’ Analysis

Andrea Minto

Defining Whistleblowing

Ruggero Scaturro

The Use of Intermediaries in Corrupt Deals. Lessons from the Petrobrás Case for Compliance Officers

Diogo Moretti

Collective Action Theory Applied to Anti-Corruption Practice: A Bolivian Case Study

Martin Zapata

Academic Study on the Potential Nexus Between Corruption and Migration: The Case of Forced and Irregular Migrants in Sweden

Iryna Mikhnovets

The role of compliance in the fight against corruption in aid and in particular in the humanitarian sector

Malika Aït-Mohamed Parent

Changing Winds and Shifting Sands: Enforcement, a Driver for Corporate Behavioural Transition Towards Compliance, Even in Cases of Voluntary Disclosure

Mallika Mahajan

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

Ipyana Musopole

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

Iryna Mikhnovets

Overview of Anti-Corruption Compliance Standards and Guidelines

Eduard Ivanov

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