Reputation Laundering and Universities: Implications for...
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
The International Forum hosted a discussion based on a working paper entitled “Paying for a World Class Affiliation: Reputation Laundering in the University Sector of Open Societies,” that discussed how transnational kleptocracy targets universities, and its resulting influence on freedom of expression and democracy around the world.
Reputation Laundering in the University Sector of Open Societies: An International...
An International Forum working paper on reputation laundering by kleptocrats in the university sector of open societies.
Global Insights: Transnational Kleptocracy and COVID-19
The essays in this "Global Insights" series assess the intersection between COVID-19 and transnational kleptocracy from the perspective of civil society, journalists, and researchers.
Forum Q&A: Nick Mathiason on the Future of Investigative Journalism...
Melissa Aten of the International Forum spoke with Finance Uncovered’s director, Nick Mathiason, about the organization’s approach to exposing transnational kleptocracy.
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