The Impact of Brexit on Integrity and Corruption: Local and Global Challenges

  • Lorenzo Pasculli

Press/Media: Research

Description

Two online blogs cover Lorenzo Pasculli's research on the possible impact of Brexit and corruption, later published in a book chapter ('Brexit, integrity and corruption: Local and global challenges') and a journal article ('Seeds of Systemic Corruption in the Post-Brexit UK') and presented at the 36th and 37th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime (respectively September 2018 and 2019). 

Period7 Nov 2017 → 20 Feb 2018

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  • TitleWhat effect could Brexit have on integrity and corruption?
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletKingston University London Blog
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date7/11/17
    DescriptionIn the blog post, drawing upon his research findings, Lorenzo Pasculli explains that Brexit could have a significant impact on corruption and integrity both in the UK and the world community, with particular reference to political integrity, financial and business integrity, and systemic social integrity.
    Producer/AuthorKingston University London
    URLhttps://blogs.kingston.ac.uk/kul/2017/11/07/brexit-and-integrity/?fbclid=IwAR0TYFxefJhoaYsPabbNZi7C2FCTCfUl0zRFKA4UgEeOpKJjzr_A0IyZmhE
    PersonsLorenzo Pasculli

Conference

TitleThe 36th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime
LocationJesus College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Period2 Sep 2018 → 8 Sep 2018
Linkwww.crimesymposium.org/