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Youth ResearchEdge Competition

To bridge the gap between academic research and policy making and to provide a platform for young researchers to present insights and evidence, the OECD opens every year a call for papers on topics related to anti-corruption and integrity.

The winners of the ResearchEdge competition present their research at the Forum, both in the form of a poster at the poster market and as a 5-minute research pitch during a dedicated session.

 

Meet the winners and join the debate 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

Meet the winners and join the debate 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

Meet the winners & join the debate on 20-21 March!

2019 Winners

  • Identifying Politically Connected Firms: A Machine Learning Approach - Vitezslav Titl, Deni Mazrekaj, Fritz Schiltz

  • How social movements transform public tolerance of corruption: an autopsy of the Spanish Indignados movement - Elisa Elliott Alonso

  • Beefing up Asset Confiscation for the 21st-Century: Challenges to Non-Conviction Based Confiscation in Latin America - Stefan Mbiyavanga 

  • Logos and mythos of blockchain: an integrative framework for implementing blockchain in anti-corruptionZiya Aliyev, Igbal Safarov

  • SLAPPs Against Police Powers: How Investment Arbitration Imposes a Risk on Foreign Bribery Investigations - David Chriki

  • Is there a role for blockchain in enhancing public procurement integrity? - Chan Yang
  • The Role of Anti-Corruption Laws in the Fight against Astroturfing: A Pursuit of Transparency and Legitimacy - Lucas de Lima Carvalho
  • Analyzing the corruption on a procurement network using graph theory - Ioannis Fountoukidis, Eleni Dafli

  • The Corruption Trap - Laura Marcela Sarmiento Jimenez, Daniela Franco Marquez, Laura Daniela Uribe Gomez, Patricia Alejandra Garcia-Marquez Munive, Carolina Isaza Espinosa

  • The impact of corruption on procurement performance: an assessment of Italian public work contracts and suppliers - Riccardo Milani

  • Compensating Bribery's Victims- Samuel James Hickey

  • Fighting Corrupting in Commodity Trading Through Blockchain Technology - Shan Jiang

  •  Cryptocurrencies: Opportunities, risks and challenges for anti-corruption compliance systems - Katarzyna Ciupa