International Anti-Corruption Academy
(2011; Laxenburg; Austria, Staff:10 ; iaca.int)
Initiated by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, INTERPOL, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), the Republic of Austria, and other stakeholders. 70 UN-Member States and intergovernmental organizations are currently members. Offers standardized and tailor-made trainings, academic degrees, opportunities for dialogue and networking, and anti-corruption think-tank and benchmarking activities. Seeks to provide a holistic approach to anti-corruption education and research. They have students from 47 countries and 80 professors and practitioners.
- Inhibiting Factors for Small and Medium Scale Enterprise (SMEs) Participation in Anti-Corruption Collective Action. A Case Study of the Malawi SMEs
- Academic Study on the Potential Nexus Between Corruption and Migration: The Case of Forced and Irregular Migrants in Sweden
Leadership: Eduardo Vetere (Chairman)