January 14, 2016

Combating Corruption in a Global Environment

Corruption in the developing world is widespread and holds back global growth. Despite the efforts that have been made in many societies, corruption is looked upon as an integral part of everyday life. As the United States and other developed nations continue to support the advancement of the developing world, it is important to consider the role international organizations and governments play in combating corruption. NYU Washington, DC hosted an expert panel which addressed the challenges and progress in fighting corruption. 

Meet the Panel

Andrew Gentin

Andrew Gentin

Alexandra Habershon

Alexandra Habershon

Dr. Bertram Spector

Dr. Bertram Spector

Meet the Moderator

Nick Chaubey

Nick Chaubey is a second year political science student at NYU Abu Dhabi. During his time at NYUAD, Nick has completed academic coursework and experiential opportunities focused on politics and economics around the world. Nick is currently an inaugural Global Leadership Scholar at NYU DC and an intern at the International Trade Administration