The Economics of Corruption

Department of Accounting Auditing and Law and the Department of Business and Management Science organize the yearly seminar on “The Economics of Corruption”. This is the third time we hold such a seminar where excellent researchers present economic theory on corruption, related challenges, and regulation. This year we have presentations by Prof. Emmanuelle Auriol (Toulouse School of Economics) and Prof. Kalle Moene (Dep. of Economics, Oslo University).

Program 12.00-15.00
12.00: Lunch
12.30: Emmanuelle Auriol: “Legalization or regulation” – regarding the importance of the crime definition for controlling damaging activities
13.30 -13.50: Break
13.50: Kalle Moene: “Enforcement of Corporate Criminal Liability”; corporations bargaining for a settlement with enforcement agencies 

Students and researchers who would like to join us for lunch at 12.00 should notify Lene Tangerås Grønevik by Tuesday 24th April.

Invited by Tina Søreide and Malin Arve