This module is a resource for lecturers
The following readings are recommended for students interested in exploring the topics of this Module in more detail, and for lecturers teaching the Module:
- Alatas, Vivi, and others (2009). Gender, Culture, and Corruption: Insights from an Experimental Analysis. Southern Economic Journal, vol. 75, no. 3 (January), pp. 663-680.
- Bauhr, Monika, Nicholas Charron, and Lena Wängnerud (2018). Close the political gender gap to reduce corruption. U4 Brief, no. 3. Bergen, Norway: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute.
- Bauhr, Monika, Nicholas Charron, and Lena Wängnerud (2018). Exclusion or interests? Why females in elected office reduce petty and grand corruption. European Journal of Political Research (July).
- Bjarnegård, Erin (2018). Focusing on Masculinity and Male-Dominated Networks in Corruption. In Gender and Corruption: Historical Roots and New Avenues for Research, Stensöta H., Wängnerud L., eds. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Chêne, Marie, and Janna Rheinbay (2016). Gender and Corruption: Topic Guide. Berlin: Transparency International.
- Chin, Keric (2017). The Power of Procurement: How to Source from Women-Owned Businesses. UN Women.
- Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (2015). Rough Roads to Equality: Women Police in South Asia.
- Thomson Reuters Foundation, and others (2015). Combating Sextortion: A Comparative Study of Laws to Prosecute Corruption Involving Sexual Exploitation.
- Combaz, Emilie (2018). Models of Gender-sensitive Procurement Used by International Aid Entities. K4D Helpdesk Report. Brighton, United Kingdom: Institute of Development Studies.
- European Institute for Gender Equality (2016). Gender Equality Training: Gender Mainstreaming Toolkit. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
- Kubbe, Ina, Amy Alexander, and Lena Wängnerud (2019). The Effect of Gender on Corruption: Sorting out explanations for gender differences with new experimental research. QOG Working Paper Series. Gothenburg, Sweden: The Quality of Government Institute.
- Merkle, Ortrun. (2018). Mainstreaming Gender and Human Rights in Anti-corruption Programming. U4 Helpdesk Answer no. 8. Bergen, Norway: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute.
- Purushothaman, Sangeetha, and others (2012). Seeing Beyond the State: Grassroots Women's Perspectives on Corruption and Anti-corruption. New York: UNDP.
- Rimmer, Susan Harris, ed. (2017). Gender-smart Procurement: Policies for Driving Change. Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs.
- Sample, Kristen (2018). Gender Mainstreaming in the Transparency Fund. Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank.
- Sida (2015). Gender Toolbox Brief: Gender and Corruption.
- Stensöta, Helena, Richard Svensson, and Lena Wängnerud (2015). Gender and Corruption: the mediating power of institutional logics. Governance: An international Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, vol. 28, no. 4 (September), pp. 475-496.
- Swamy, Anand, and others (2001). Gender and Corruption. Journal of Development Economics, vol. 64, no. 1 (February), pp. 25-55. An earlier and open-source version of this study is available here.
- Wängnerud, Lena (2010). Variation in Corruption between Mexican States Elaborating the Gender Perspective. QoG Working Paper Series, vol. 18. Gothenburg: Quality of Government Institute.
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