Interviews and speeches
'Corruption in Developing Countries', Centre for Social and Legal Studies, University of Oxford, September 16th, 2016.
'Corruption in Europe and the World: Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy', Initiatives for Change, Caux, Switzerland, June, 2016.
'Corruption, Growth and Development', Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, London, 7th January, 2015.
'Challenges across emerging democracies', LSE-UCL Mexican Society, LSE, London, March 16th, 2016.
'Corruption in Europe and the World', School of East European Studies, UCL, London, January 7th, 2016.
'What is driving corruption in 21st Century?', Local and Global Markets Schulich School of Business, York University,Toronto, November 5th 2015.
Transparency International Ireland Book Launch and Panel Discussion, 19th November 2012. Panel includes Frank Vogl (Transparency International) and Imelda Higgins, leading Irish anti corruption lawyer and discusses role of individual leaders in fighting corruption, experience in Ireland and global context.
Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Centre, August 2012. A Wide ranging presentation of corruption at domestic and international level and its main drivers.
'Corruption, Growth and Development', Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, London, January 7th 2015. Reviews the impact of corruption on economic development and scope for corrective action.
'Is the global war against corruption winnable ? (Venceremos essa guerra ?)', Exame CEO, Brazil, April 2014. Places corruption in Brazil in global context and asks what international lesson can be learned for Brazil.
'Global Corruption : An Untamed Hydra', World Policy Journal, New York, Spring 2010
'Corporate Corruption : Challenges in a Changing World', 8th Annual Economic Crime Lecture Series, International Commercial Crimes Services, ICC, London 2008). Assesses situation in transnational bribery 2008 and identifies steps required to make anti bribery measures effective
'Corruption as a threat to corporate behaviour and the rule of law - the corporate response', Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford, 4th Annual Conference, 2001. Explores the challenges to companies operating in an endemically corrupt environment and makes suggestions for responses.
'Implementation of the OECD Anti-Corruption Convention : The Conditions for Success', TI-Canada and the International Centre for Law Reform, Vancouver, 1999. Analyses the factors necessary for successful implementation – and previews the reasons for its very limited impact
'Corruption and Human Rights : A Crucial Link, Transparency International Working Paper', October 1998. (first delivered as an address to the UK Institute for Human Rights). Explores the relationships between corruption and human rights and relates and relates these to the UN Human Rights Charter.