Resources

The resources listed below provide a wealth of open access reports, guidelines, in-depth accounts of best and worst practices, and other publications, as well as searchable open databases.  The underlying methodologies range from quantitative (statistics etc.) to qualitative (ethnographic etc.) and are spanning the interconnected field of behavioral economics, anti-fraud, corrupt practices including misconduct, human trafficking, and tax evasion. Links are sorted alphabetically, by year/date, and open in a new tab.

Research Tools – databases:

 

Reports, Research papers, Guidelines, Regulations etc.:

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