Sector by sector: Towards Feasible Anti-Corruption Strategies for Tanzania
Antonio Andreoni (SOAS)
Date: 29 October 2018Time: 5:15 PM
Finishes: 29 October 2018Time: 7:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: 4429
Type of Event: Seminar
Join Antonio Andreoni, Research Director of the SOAS Anti-Corruption Evidence Research Consortium, together with the British Tanzania Society and Centre for African Studies at SOAS for a seminar to discuss corruption and feasible solutions to suit local contexts in Tanzania, drawing on evidence emerging from ACE research projects.
The main speaker will be Antonio Andreoni, Senior Lecturer in Economics at SOAS University of London ad Research Director of the Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) Research Consortium. Antonio is also Visiting Professor at the University of Johannesburg, Convenor of the Industrial Development and Policy Research Cluster at SOAS and Member of the SOAS Centre for African Studies. Antonio has published extensively on industrial development, manufacturing firms, ecosystems and technological change, governance and policies in both developed and developing countries, especially Tanzania, South Africa and Ethiopia. Antonio acted as advisor for several UN Agencies, including UNIDO, ILO, UNDP, UNCTAD and UNECA, as well as the World Bank, DFID and various government agencies. Antonio holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge.
There will also be other speakers, to be confirmed and a general discussion led by Godlisten Pallangyo from Britain Tanzania Society.
Please register here!
Organiser: Centre of African Studies, British Tanzania Society and ACE (Anti-Corruption Evidence)