Paul Heywood gives oral evidence to the International Development Committee
22 Mar 2016
Paul Heywood has given oral evidence to the International Development Committee, as part of its Tackling corruption overseas inquiry.
Professor Heywood, Sir Francis Hill Professor of European Politics at the University of Nottingham, is leading the British Academy/DFID Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) partnership, a £3.6 million initiative to support leading international research teams to research and identify the most successful ways of addressing corruption in developing countries.
You can watch Professor Heywood's oral evidence to the International Development Committee here.
Find out more about The British Academy and DFID Anti-Corruption Evidence Partnership here.
Find out more about the International Development Committee's Tackling corruption overseas inquiry.
The British Academy and Leverhulme Trust award over £2.3 million in Small Research Grants to support SHAPE researchers
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