Presentation on theme: "ANTICORRP, WP3 deliverables D 3.1 Global comparative trends report – Hertie will have ready by month 11 (February 2013) (6 months earlier than our delivery."— Presentation transcript:
ANTICORRP, WP3 deliverables D 3.1 Global comparative trends report – Hertie will have ready by month 11 (February 2013) (6 months earlier than our delivery date) D 3.2 Background papers and regional comparison reported will be presented in Workshop in Hamburg (October 2013 – month 20). Final versions will be submitted in December 2013 – month 22 D 3.3 Nine process-tracing reports (Month 34) D 3.4 Two policy papers (Month 40)
Case selection Three complementary approaches to identify achievers: (a)significant change in WGI CC indicator ; (b)regional positive outliers; (c)over-performance according to modernization determinants (income, urbanization, education, life expectancy) ; Background reports by experts will act like a check on whether this is really the case.
D 3.2 Regional comparison (around 8000 words each) EU and accession (UNOTT) FSU (UCL) Africa (GIGA) Asia-Pacific (GIGA) Latin America (GIGA) MENA (GIGA) Possibility of publishing a special issue Regional papers should also include assessment of adoption of AC instruments through international influence (EU accession, donor dependence, UNCAC adoption etc.), and overview of regressing cases
13-15 Background papers (not all will result in process tracing reports) GIGA South Korea Taiwan Uruguay Chile Costa-Rica (??) Rwanda Botswana (??) Qatar Tunisia Egypt UNOTT Spain Poland PROVIDUS Estonia Latvia UCL Georgia (Also possibility on Japan, Cape Verde)
D. 3.3 Process tracing case study reports Methodology was sent by Alina and will be discussed next weeks. Main discussion on process tracing reports will take place during the workshop in Hamburg Not all background reports will be used for process tracing
Discussion Suggestion by GIGA about analyzing also regression cases and include a contrast between human agency and structural factors/incentive structures; UNOTT supports the inclusion of regression cases and the tracing of critical moments determining these regressions