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Blockchain, big data analytics, AI and other new technologies are transforming the way of working for governments, businesses and society. The 2019 Forum will focus on the risks and opportunities of new technologies for anti-corruption & integrity.
Thursday, March 21 • 12:45 - 14:15
Lunch Break & Youth ResearchEdge Poster Market

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A variety of lunch options will be made available for purchase:
  • Food Truck Mozza & Co: Located in the gardens of the OECD, by the cafeteria, this Food Truck proposes Italian delicacies. Full menu at www.mozzaandco.it
  • Coffee Bar: Lunch boxes will be available for purchase at the Café located in the heart of the Conference Centre.
  • Exki Café: Open from 08:00 to 17:00 offers breakfast, lunch, salads, sandwiches and snacks, located across the auditorium.
  • Self-Service Cafeteria (Buffet du Parc): Open from 11:45 until 14:15 on the entrance level floor.
  • Restaurant des Nations: With waiter service offering simple and refined dishes is open from 12:00 until 14:00. For reservations or questions, please email: restaurantdesnations@elior.com.
  • Local Eats: Variety of restaurants and bakeries outside the OECD around the metro station La Muette (5-10 minute walk)
 
At the Youth ResearchEdge Poster Market, you will be able to discuss directly with young researchers their latest findings.  To find out more about their research, see: http://www.oecd.org/corruption/integrity-forum/academic-papers/

Youth ResearchEdge Winners
avatar for Carolina Isaza

Carolina Isaza

Universidad Externado de Colombia
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionCarolina will be presenting, along with Laura Uribe, Daniela Franco, Patricia Garcia-Marquez and Laura Sarmiento, their work: "Corruption Trap: the Case of Colombian Regions"Since the 1990s, corruption has been increasingly studied from various... Read More →
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Daniela Franco

Junior Consultant, Prospectiva
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionDaniela will be presenting, along with Carolina Isaza, Laura Uribe, Patricia Garcia-Marquez and Laura Sarmiento, their work: "Corruption Trap: the Case of Colombian Regions"Since the 1990s, corruption has been increasingly studied from various... Read More →
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Eleni Dafli

School of Medicine at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) Greece
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionEleni will be presenting, along with Mr. Ioannis Fountoukidis, their work: "Analyzing the Corruption on a Procurement Network Using Graph Theory"The aim of this work was the exploration of the corruption behavior in public procurement procedures... Read More →
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Ioannis Fountoukidis

Department of Economics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) Greece
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionIoannis will be presenting, along with Ms. Eleni Dafli, their work: "Analyzing the Corruption on a Procurement Network Using Graph Theory" The aim of this work was the exploration of the corruption behavior in public procurement procedures... Read More →
avatar for Katarzyna Ciupa

Katarzyna Ciupa

Warsaw School of Economics
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionKatarzyna will be presenting her work: "Cryptocurrencies: Opportunities, Risks and Challenges for Anti-Corruption Compliance Systems"​Since their inception in 2008, cryptocurrencies have attracted various groups of users. While some people... Read More →
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Laura Sarmiento

Analyst, Consejería de Regiones - Presidencia de la República
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionLaura will be presenting, along with Carolina Isaza, Daniela Franco, Patricia Garcia-Marquez and Laura Uribe, their work: "Corruption Trap: the Case of Colombian Regions"Since the 1990s, corruption has been increasingly studied from various... Read More →
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Laura Uribe

Universidad Externado de Colombia
Winner of the ResearchEdge CompetitionLaura Uribe will be presenting, along with Carolina Isaza, Daniela Franco, Patricia Garcia-Marquez and Laura Sarmiento, their work: "Corruption Trap: the Case of Colombian Regions"Since the 1990s, corruption has been increasingly studied from... Read More →
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Patricia Garcia Marquez

Asistant Coordinator, Uexternado
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionPatricia will be presenting, along with Carolina Isaza, Daniela Franco, Laura Uribe and Laura Sarmiento, their work: "Corruption Trap: the Case of Colombian Regions"Since the 1990s, corruption has been increasingly studied from various disciplines... Read More →
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Riccardo Milani

Research Assistant, Université de Lausanne
Winner of the ResearchEdge CompetitionRiccardo will be presenting his work: "The impact of corruption on procurement performance. An assessment of Italian public work contracts and suppliers"This study develops an original corruption risk indicator at the Italian procurement level... Read More →
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Samuel James Hickey

LLM CAN, Harvard Law School
Winner of the 2019 ResearchEdge CompetitionSamuel will be presenting his work: "Bridging the Gap Between SFO and DOJ Practice in Remediating the Victims of Foreign Bribery"It is constantly recognized by governments and enforcement agencies that foreign bribery causes widespread economic... Read More →


Thursday March 21, 2019 12:45 - 14:15
Conference Hall

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