Corruption research workshop / Taiwan law amendment / New China agency

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Workshop on Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods on Corruption and their Application.  The Basel Institute on Governance announces the opening of registrations for its upcoming workshop on "Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods on Corruption and their Application” to be held on 16-18 January 2017 in Basel, Switzerland.

For  further details on the programme and registration requirements please visit or send an email to

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Taiwan passes law amendment to disband Special Investigation Division. Taiwan's Legislative Yuan has passed an amendment to dissolve the Supreme Prosecutors Office's Special Investigation Division (SID), established in 2007 to investigate allegations of corruption by senior government and military officials.

Focus Taiwan:

China's new agency to keep tabs on all public servants.  China is planning to set up a new national anti-corruption and supervision agency that will have real teeth in monitoring all public servants, including Cabinet ministers, judges and prosecutors.

Kor Kian Beng/The Straits Times:

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