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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Closing Remarks Angus Hawkins closes the conference. Angus Hawkins 09 Feb 2011
2 Creative Commons Panel discussion: tackling corruption in the context of international development Second of two panel discussions at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chaired by Tricia Feeney. Tricia Feeney, Phil Mason, Laurence Cockcroft, Christine Cheng 28 Jan 2011
3 Creative Commons Corporate responses to anti-bribery laws Elizabeth David-Barrett, Centre for Corporate Reputation, Saïd Business School, Oxford University, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Elizabeth David-Barrett 28 Jan 2011
4 Creative Commons Selling the peace? Problems of corruption in peace building Dominik Zaum, Reading University School of Politics and International Relations, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Dominik Zaum 28 Jan 2011
5 Creative Commons Weak governance, development and corruption Paul Collier, Oxford University Economics Department, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Paul Collier 28 Jan 2011
6 Creative Commons Panel discussion: judicial approaches to tackling corruption First of two panel discussions at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chaired by Jeremy Carver, Transparency International. Jeremy Carver, Ian Trumper, Andrew Feinstein, Colin Nicholls 28 Jan 2011
7 Creative Commons Do civil settlements deter bribe-paying? Ian Trumper, FTI Forensic Accounting, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Ian Trumper 28 Jan 2011
8 Creative Commons Global corruption status report Chandrashekhar Krishnan, Transparency International UK, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chandrashekhar Krishnan 28 Jan 2011
9 Creative Commons The Bribery Act (2010): implications for business Baron Falconer of Thoroton, Opposition Spokesperson for Justice, formerly Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Baron Falconer 28 Jan 2011
10 Creative Commons Welcome and opening remarks Introduction to the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, 13 January 2011, by Jonathan Michie, President of Kellogg College. Jonathan Michie 28 Jan 2011
11 Social Media, So What? Assessing the Impact of Blogs and Social Media Panel discussion during the Oxford Social Media Convention 2009 on the socially egalitarian and politically democratic potential of social media. Have they lived up to the promises? Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Stefan Niggemeier, Evgeny Morozov, Richard Allan 30 Oct 2009
12 Social Media, So What? Assessing the Impact of Blogs and Social Media Can Web 2.0 tools (eg blogs, social networking and wikis) enhance our democratic freedoms? Or can we dismiss the socially egalitarian and politically democratic potential of these social media? Have any significant social impacts been ignored so far? Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Stefan Niggemeier, Evgeny Morozov, Richard Allan 07 Oct 2009