What is corruption? How do we go about defining it? What does it mean to be accountable? What sort of right is the right to access information? What are the types of corruption in all its dimensions, and how are they related to authoritarianism?
In this course’s first section, instructor Shaazka Beyerle investigates these and other such matters, further treating questions of corruption and impunity, corruption and poverty, corruption and human rights violations, and corruption and violent conflict.