The fight against corruption is a major socio-political objective and it is presented as a fundamental challenge to which researchers must offer alternatives and solutions. The contributions of the members of this Network include technical aspects for the detection and evaluation of corruption as well as the proposal of elements to fight against it from a legal and organizational point of view. However, beyond them, corruption is considered to be a complex phenomenon of social interaction that includes multiple evaluative and psycho-social dimensions, traditions, habits, etc.
It is already available the No 12 of Eunomía. Journal on Culture of Lawfulness, corresponding to the semester April 2017 - September 2017
Journal Eunomia No 12, click here
The Research Group on Justice and Law (GIDYJ-UC3M) has launched a job offer for hiring a postdoctoral researcher funded by the Community of Madrid in the Call for aid for the hiring of predoctoral researchers and postdoctoral researchers co-financed by the European Social Fund through the Youth Empl...
Next Wednesday, January 25, at 10h. Transparency
International Spain (partner program) will present the results of the Corruption
Perceptions Index 2016, focusing on the situation of Spain in this
This presentation ceremony will take place at the headquarters of the Ortega y
The Research Group on Justice and Law (GIDYJ-UC3M) has launched a job offer for a Research Assistant funded by the Community of Madrid (Call for aid for the hiring of research assistants and co-financed laboratory technicians By the European Social Fund through the Youth Program and the Youth Employ...
XLVIII Pemanent Seminary Jesús G. Amuchastegui (SPA)
Place: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Aula 14.0.07 (Campus de Getafe)
Speaker: Jorge Malem (Catedrático de Filosofía del Derecho de la Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Organized by: Research Group on Justice and Law
“A justiça do trabalho e o direito no século XXI”
Place: University Carlos III of Madrid. Salón de Grados
Director: María José Fariñas Dulce (GIDYJ)
Working Group at the 13th Congress of Political Science and Administration
Place: University of Santiago de Compostela. Room 1.3
Coordinated by: Manuel Villoria and Fernando Jiménez
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