Caryn Peiffer

Caryn Peiffer

Caryn holds a PhD in Political Science from Claremont Graduate University. Her dissertation examined the impact in Africa of externally-driven democratisation on developmental outcomes. She has written DLP papers on the politics of state-business relations, reform coalitions for growth, and on corruption. Caryn examined the determinants of bribe payments as part of the Global Experience of Corruption project (University of Strathclyde). She has carried out research for Transparency International, DFID, AFD, and SIDA, and has worked in India, Zambia and Botswana.

Articles

Is education a magic bullet for addressing corruption? Insights from Papua New Guinea

17th June 2015

This post for Devpolicy unpacks the findings of a new Development Policy Centre / DLP paper 

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Corruption: is the right message getting through?

12th August 2015

The unintended consequences of raising awareness of corruption

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