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In-Group Loyalty and the Electoral Consequences of Corruption

Catherine De Vries opened her keynote lecture at the EPCS Annual Meeting by noting that 6 out of 7.4 billion people lived in a country with a serious corruption problem in 2015. When asked, people say that they are concerned about corruption.

How Gender Budgeting Contributes to More Informed Public Policy

“As a student and a woman from a country (Zimbabwe) and continent with significant levels of inequality, I am very familiar with the pervasiveness of gender imbalance – and the devastating consequences it has especially on women,” says second-year MPA student Sikhathele Nkala.

EPCS Stands With CEU

During its annual meeting at CEU in Budapest, Hungary on April 19-22, the European Public Choice Society (EPCS) expressed its solidarity with Central European University.

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