Conferences and Forums

The Transnational Research Institute on Corruption endeavours to be represented at key anti-corruption conferences and forums in Australia and internationally. These events provide an opportunity for research developed by the Institute to be disseminated to other academics and practitioners.

Conference material also adds to the collection of anti-corruption theory and practice held by TRIC. A selection of the material is available below:

Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference 2019

APSAC

30-31 October 2019

The seventh APSACC Conference will be held in Melbourne. Professor Adam Graycar has presented at previous APSACC conferences. The link for Professor Graycar’s presentation at 2017 APSACC conference is Corruption in Procurement. The link for his 2015 presentation is Corruption: Ethical Decision Making and Public Value is available and the link for his 2013 presentation is Corruption: Identifying Opportunities And Controls.

Past Conferences:

Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Summit 2017


Dr Masters represented TRIC at the second PSFCS in Canberra. His keynote Do Corruption Perceptions Matter? is available here.

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