This course will provide a distinct approach to studying corruption and combating corruption. Approaching the topic from a broad, interdisciplinary perspective, this course will focus on, on three main themes: What is corruption, what are its most likely causes, and best practices for combating it and achieving financial transparency?
This course is designed using diverse and multiple perspectives including law, anthropology, economics, development studies, sociology, and political science. Moreover, this holistic approach will enable the student to have a deep understanding of an interdisciplinary approach, through the development of skills
To consider the broadest complications, causes, and effects of corruption and combating corruption as solutions, on the other hand, it will present the best possible practical practices for implementing financial transparency standards in the field of business and organizations.
The teaching team, which combines academic and professional training skills, will teach you and introduce you to Financial Transparency & Anti-Corruption best practices, trends and recent issues.
All units are taught by experienced lecturers who hold a PhD and have spent many years working in various companies.