Conference on Controlling Corruption: China in Comparative Perspective


The Conference on Controlling Corruption: China in Comparative Perspective was sponsored by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation and was successfully held on 30 – 31 October 2015, jointly by Global China Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and the Department of Public Policy. This conference discussed the Chinese experience of corruption in comparison with those of other nations; it invited almost twenty international experts in the field of corruption studies from the U.S., the UK, Australia, Singapore, Korea etc. The papers presented at the conference will contribute to the publication Controlling Corruption in Asia, published by Routledge (UK).




Professors Ting Gong, Ian Scott and Ray Forrest, and the international experts gathered for the Conference on Controlling Corruption: China in Comparative Perspective.






(Left to right) Professors Baishun Yuan, Chilik Yu, Andrew Wedeman, Robert Gregory and Jin-Wook Choi focused on the “Institutional Corruption and the State in Asia”, presented by Professor Ian Scott, Department of Public Policy of CityU.






(Left to right) Professor Jin-Wook Choi of Korea University discussed with Professors Ting Gong and Ian Scott on “Corruption Prevention: Successful Cases”.