Corruption has been a topic of major interest and discussion in various areas of academia; from Criminal Law to Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, Public policy... This trend reflects the recurrent news of scandals involving politics and business being unravelled around the globe. Corruption is not a modern phenomenon, but it has been more and more explored during the last decades for various reasons. Its roots are complex and the consequences are severe - particularly for developing countries. This seminar brings together renowned specialist from different areas of knowledge and different countries to debate the complex phenomenon that is corruption and its consequences for developing countries. Please find Conference Programme Here.