KickBack - The Global Anticorruption Podcast

By KickBack

This podcast series features in-depth interviews with a wide range of corruption experts, on questions such as: What have we learned from 20+ years of (anti)corruption research? Why and how does power corrupt? Which theories help to make sense of corruption? What can we do to manage corruption? How to recovery stolen assets?

  1. 1.
    60. Kate Bateman on the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
    55:12
  2. 2.
    59. Jodi Vittori on corruption and the US military operation in Afghanistan
    59:36
  3. 3.
    58. ICRN Forum Special - How can academics and policy makers communicate in anti-corruption?
    1:23:18
  4. 4.
    57. Robert Barrington on anti-corruption legislation in the United Kingdom
    51:19
  5. 5.
    56. Alice Mattoni on the potential of digital media for social movements against corruption
    54:12
  6. 6.
    55. Michael Mohallem on Lava Jato and anti-corruption efforts in Brazil
    57:35
  7. 7.
    54. Nicola Bonucci on the history and future of the OECD Anti-Bribery convention
    51:58
  8. 8.
    53. Patrick Alley on co-founding Global Witness, working on anti-corruption and environmentalism
    50:16
  1. 9.
    52. Tommy Thomas on the 1MDB scandal in Malaysia and his role as attorney general
    1:01:13
  2. 10.
    51. Thomas Stelzer on the Panel on International Financial Accountability, Transparency & Integrity
    1:05:53
  3. 11.
    50. Olesea Stamate on her experience in tackling corruption in Moldova
    48:25
  4. 12.
    49. Diana Chigas and Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church on social norms approaches to anti-corruption.
    54:33
  5. 13.
    48. Gary Kalman on the Corporate Transparency Act & the Corruption Perception Index score in the USA
    48:35
  6. 14.
    47. Eric Kinaga on open data initiatives to fight land corruption in Kenya and beyond
    54:06
  7. 15.
    46. Lola Adekanye on the anti-corruption efforts by the Center for International Private Enterprises
    52:57
  8. 16.
    45. Norm Eisen on the vulnerabilities and resilience of American political institutions
    50:24
  9. 17.
    44. Doussouba Konaté & Moussa Kondo on anti-corruption activities by Accountability Lab in Mali
    53:46
  10. 18.
    43. Jack Goldsmith on his book "After Trump" & ways to avoid corruption in upcoming administrations
    59:08
  11. 19.
    42. Daniel Freund on the rule of law mechanism to fight corruption in the EU
    49:26
  12. 20.
    41. Claudia Escobar on (anti-)corruption in Guatemala's judiciary system
    52:12
  13. 21.
    40. James Wasserstrom on the challenges of anti-corruption work in (post-)conflict regions
    50:31
  14. 22.
    39. Frederik Obermaier on the FinCEN Files, revealing global money laundering systems
    44:29
  15. 23.
    38. James Wasserstrom on being the first UN whistleblower
    57:47
  16. 24.
    37. Michael Hershman on co-founding Transparency International and corruption in sports
    50:37
  17. 25.
    36. Danielle Brian on her work at the Project On Government Oversight and corruption risks in the US
    51:42
  18. 26.
    35. von Weizsäcker & Kossow on promises and perils to use blockchain for anti-corruption
    51:19
  19. 27.
    34. Asoka Obeysekere on the anti-corruption work of Transparency International in Sri Lanka
    54:11
  20. 28.
    33. Irio Musskopf on using Artificial Intelligence to fight corruption
    51:38
  21. 29.
    32. Robert Manzanares on leading the Obiang investigation, asset recovery & a Michael Jackson glove
    50:18
  22. 30.
    31. Sarah Steingruber on need for anticorruption measures in global response to COVID-19 crisis
    59:57
  23. 31.
    30. Samuel Power on (corrupt) party financing and the political economy of Facebook advertising
    56:03
  24. 32.
    29. Mushtaq Khan & Paul Heywood on populism, digital technologies & RCTs (Part II)
    58:53
  25. 33.
    28. Taryn Vian on corruption risks in the health sector & distrust in science in times of COVID-19
    48:10
  26. 34.
    27. Mushtaq Khan and Paul Heywood on Anti-Corruption Evidence (Part I)
    51:50
  27. 35.
    26. Doron Navot on corruption allegations against Netanyahu, post-truth & the concept of Combina
    44:42
  28. 36.
    25. Roberto de Michele & Francesco De Simone on IDB’s approaches to evidence-based Anti- Corruption
    54:57
  29. 37.
    24. Gary Kalman on beneficial ownership & his vision for Transparency International USA
    51:41
  30. 38.
    23. Andrés Hernández on protest, populism, and the anti-corruption referendum in Colombia
    53:50
  31. 39.
    22. Charles Davidson on kleptocracy, beneficial ownership and reputation laundering
    54:32
  32. 40.
    21. Nils & Christopher on the first year and the future of Kickback
    25:44
  33. 41.
    20. Leonor Ortiz Monasterio & Miguel Meza on anti-corruption in Mexico
    51:28
  34. 42.
    19. Monika Bauhr on need vs. greed corruption and how it is linked to gender
    47:18
  35. 43.
    18. David Barboza on investigating the hidden wealth of Chinese elites
    54:58
  36. 44.
    17. Shaul Shalvi on behavioral ethics and the psychological roots of corruption
    31:45
  37. 45.
    16. Kevin E. Davis on his book "Between Impunity & Imperialism" and fighting transnational bribery
    50:44
  38. 46.
    15. Sergei Guriev on the value of governance, inclusion & the internet for anti-corruption efforts
    48:43
  39. 47.
    14. Kieu Vien on encouraging discussions about corruption & shaping anti-corruption laws in Vietnam
    48:12
  40. 48.
    13. Cristina Bicchieri on social norms of corruption, Antanas Mockus and Soap Operas
    35:31
  41. 49.
    12. Oguzhan Dincer on measuring corruption at different levels & historic developments in Turkey
    46:35
  42. 50.
    11. Daria Kaleniuk on the anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine
    41:10

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