(April 8) Webinar: “De la Corruption à la Capture d’État : Regards Croisés”
State capture is a form of corruption where the object of capture is the “rules of the game”, i.e. the laws and institutions that govern the economy and society. In this webinar, we propose a multidisciplinary debate on this phenomenon which has developed strongly around the world in recent decades, transforming the landscape of anti-corruption. The debate will be held in French.
This webinar is organized in the framework of the MGLCC - Mastère en Gouvernance & Lutte Contre la Corruption which is a joint programme between PSE - Paris School of Economics and the faculty of legal, political and social sciences of Tunis.
De la Corruption à la Capture d’État : Regards Croisés
- Date: April 8, 2021 ; 4:00pm-6:00pm (Paris Time)
- Registration: To attend this webinar (Zoom), please register via this link.
Download the dedicated presentations:
- “Introduction” by Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky
- “La Capture de l’État” by Chaker Mzoughi
- “Capture d’état: Des règles du jeu sur mesure” by Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky
- “Regards Croisés sur la Capture de l’État” by Tasnim Chirchi
Chaker Mzoughi, Professor at the faculty of legal, political and social sciences (FSJPS) of the University of Tunis-Carthage. He is director of the research laboratory on governance and responsible for the MGLCC - Mastère en Gouvernance & Lutte Contre la Corruption and the anti-corruption Master class. He is the representative of the faculty (FSJPS) to the Arab Anti-Corruption and Integrity Network.
Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky, Professor of Economics at PSE - Paris School of Economics, Director of the Economics of Transparency and Accountability Chair and author of some 15 scientific articles and contributions to collective works in the field of the economics of corruption. She is the scientific director of the MGLCC. She co-organises anti-corruption master classes in Tunis and Bangkok. She is an international anti-corruption expert with experience of cooperation in over 30 countries.
Dr Tasnim Chirchi specialises in political sociology. She heads an independent research unit on public policy and accountability at the FSJPS of Tunis-Carthage. She is a trainer in governance and anti-corruption affiliated to UNITAR. Dr. Chirchi has contributed to several publications on civic engagement, social accountability and public policy in times of transition. She teaches the Sociology of Corruption course in the framework of the MGLCC.
This event has been funded by Moussanada and the World Bank Group.