Research programs focus on institutional and organizational governance, ethical standard setting, human development, crime and corruption prevention, and the operations of institutions of justice. The Centre supports collaboration between experienced and early career scholars as well as research students, drawing from humanities, psychology, sociology, law, criminology and other social sciences.
The strength of the Key Centre lies in part in its interdisciplinary commitment and openness to a diversity of epistemological traditions, from quantitative social science to complexity and systems thinking. It aims to undertake projects that make a difference for the community while adding to the scientific knowledge base.
Our research is grouped into two themes:
Ethics and Governance
- Corporate governance and social responsibility
- Values and institutions for a globalizing world
- Integrity and anti-corruption
- Media and Crime
Is Justice the first virtue of international institutions?
Seminar presented by
Professor Charles Sampford,
Director of the Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law
20 June 2013, 12:30 to 2:00pm
Mount Gravatt Campus,Building M15, Room 1.13
Light refreshments provided.