CORRUPTION IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD
The course aims at providing the basic knowledge about contemporary research on corruption and anti-corruption. During the classes the following issues will be addressed: definitions of corruption, forms of corruption, corruption measuring, media as a tool against corruption, anti-corruption policy and quality of governance, the nexus between corruption and organized crime, corruption and borders, and corruption and gender. Students will work with texts discussed during classes. Additionally, the lecturer prepares power point presentations showing data about corruption based on the reports/papers being published by international organizations and scientific community of corruption researchers. Sometimes short video clips will be watched as the complement to the topic on the agenda.
- ECTS: 3
- Component Code: 02.04.T.CT
- lecturer: Bartosz Czepil, PhD
- Institute: Political Science
- available slots: