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CANCELLED - Public Talk | Corruption in the Government is Declining in Armenia. Can We Keep It Up?

Aram Simonyan, Visiting Fulbright Scholar at the Ross School of Business, U-M

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Aram Simonyan, Visiting Fulbright Scholar at the Ross School of Business, U-M
Unfortunately, and due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled.

Curbing corruption in Armenia was one of the main goals of the new Armenian government before the velvet revolution in 2018. According to Transparency International, corruption in Armenia has decreased in 2019 (compared to 2018). This talk will briefly explore the reasons and address what might be done as a next step to keep the progress up.

Dr. Aram Simonyan is Associate Professor of Economics at the International Scientific Educational Centre of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, where he has been serving as Associate Chair of Economics and Management Department. His main research focuses on anti-corruption strategies in European countries from a socio-economic perspective. Advanced in eight languages, he held visiting positions at multiple European universities and is now at work pursuing a second PhD in Sociology at the University of Kiel. Dr. Simonyan was a Weiser Professional Fellow at the U-M Gerald Ford School of Public Policy in 2018, and is 2019-20 visiting Fulbright Scholar at the U-M Ross School of Business.

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