The International AntiCorruption Academy, an international organization and post-secondary educational institution based in the Vienna suburbs, is offering a week-long course on combatting corruption in local government this July 9 – 13. The course will examine the various types of corruption commonly found in municipal and regional governments, what can be done to prevent their occurrence, and measures for strengthening the integrity of public employees. Instructors are Professor Robert Klitgaard of the Claremont Graduate University, Jeroen Maesschalck of the Leuven Institute of Criminology, and this writer.
The deadline for enrolling is fast approaching. More information on the course and scholarships available here.