The International Conference on Governance, Crime and Justice Statistics seeks to promote dialogue among the stakeholders involved in the production of statistical information on crime and criminal justice, including researchers, policymakers, and other data users. The aim is to increase the availability, quality, and use of data to improve the analysis and design of public policies.
Join the panel chaired by Prof. Mungiu-Pippidi featuring caselaw-based measurement, public procurement, public market analysis, victimization surveys, politicization, and de facto transparency in Brazil, Albania, Philippines, Italy, Mexico, and more.
A new agenda for corruption measurement
Thu, June 17 | 9:45 – 11:15 GMT-5 (Mexico City)
With translations to English, Portuguese, and Spanish.
• Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Hertie School/ERCAS, Germany
• Adrián Franco, INEGI, Mexico
• Lucio Picci, University of Bologna and Laarni Escressa (University of the Philippines)
• Mounu Prem, University of Rosario)
• Zef Preci, Albanian Center for Economic Research
• Alexandra M. Habershon, World Bank
Moderated by Roberto Martinez B. Kukutschka, Transparency International
For more details: UNODC 5th International Conference_Agenda
Free registration here.