Dr. Davina Osei

Corrupt or corrupted networks? An empirical enquiry

Year: 2019

Théophile Azomahou & Maty Konte


Corrupt or corrupted networks? An empirical enquiry‘ interrogates through different perspectives two crucial dimensions of corruption, namely the multi-layered nature of corruption relationships and the supply side of corruption. This dissertation presents empirical evidence on corruption’s persistence, corruption proclivities and the supply of corruption. It highlight the role of social capital- norms, trust and networks- in cross-country analyses.

Selected publications by Davina Osei

Articles (journal, professional, popular)
Frimpong Boamah, Emmanuel, Vanessa Watson, Clifford Amoako, Wes Grooms, Davina Osei, Victor Osei Kwadwo, Andy Bonaventure Nyamekye, Kahad Adamu & Gabriel K. Appiah (eds.), 2021, `Planning Corruption or Corrupting Planning?, Journal of the American Planning Association, More information
Frimpong Boamah, Emmanuel, Davina Osei & Thomas Yeboah, 2017, `Beyond patriotic discourse in financing the SDGs, Development in Practice, 27, More information

UNU-MERIT Working Papers
Moldalieva, Janyl, Arip Muttaqien, Choolwe Muzyamba, Davina Osei, Eli Stoykova & Nga Leopold, 2016, Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): Did they change social reality?, UNU-MERIT Working Paper 2016-035

Osei, Davina, 2019, Corrupt or corrupted networks? An empirical enquiry, PhD Dissertation Maastricht University / United Nations University