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DIGIWHIST Workshop: Big data on public procurement

Conference room, Rue d’Edimbourg 26, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, 29 January 2018.  Register here or in the form below.  The main goal of the DIGIWHIST is the systematic collection, structuring, analysis, and broad dissemination of information on...
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Booklaunch: Unmasked Corruption in the West

In a new book “Unmasked: corruption in the West” Laurence Cockroft, co-founder of Transparency International, and Anne-Christine Wegener, an anti-corruption analyst, challenge preconceptions by exploring how political finance, lobbying, the...
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Cashback: How can the EU help in returning stolen assets?

For too long the corrupt have been able to steal from the public purse with impunity. One of the best ways to address this is to prevent people from profiting from the proceeds of corruption. Asset recovery – the process of returning stolen assets...
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A year after the Panama Papers: Where does the EU stand?

A year after the Panama Papers: Where does the EU stand?” This is the question we will try to answer during a high-level panel held on the occasion of the launch of Transparency International report Behind the corporate scenes – Enhancing...
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ROUNDTABLE: EU economic governance watchdog

Civil society, think tanks and academia are warmly invited to a discussion on Eurozone governance and the need for greater democratic legitimacy of institutions and decision-making in EU economic governance. How can civil society, think tanks and...
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Two sides of the same coin?

The European Central Bank has emerged from the euro crisis as the main actor keeping the currency union together. It could take drastic action in part due to its independence, and its status as the sole truly supranational institution in euro...