The Center engages in research meant to give law enforcement agencies, public and private institutions, international organizations, civil society organizations, students, researchers and policymakers value-added content to fraud-related issues.
Our research services include conducting policy series through an interdisciplinary methodology aimed at cross-fertilizing disciplines and professionals through constructive dialogue.
Our research if applied should facilitate:
- Better prioritization of policy issues
- Improved public-private sector dialogue on individual thematic areas
- An effective feedback loop, for mutual learning and knowledge sharing
- Better system monitoring and benchmarking (including to facilitate comparisons at regional and global level)
- More action-oriented guidance for decision makers to help implement and sustain policy reforms