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Research stream 2

The second research stream is on Domestic (macro/central level) institutions, anti-corruption laws, policies and initiatives.​​​​​​​ The goal of this research stream is to investigate the domestic institutional and legal frameworks that facilitate or impair the (anti-) corruption environment and how the domestic actors function and respond to pressures from external actors (international organisations, international anti-corruption NGOs, EU, US, Russia, China and multinational corporations).

Researchers under this research stream:

Berdymyrat Ovezmyradov (The Tebigy Kuwwat Social Unit Enterprise, Turkmenistan)

Nuruipa Mukanova (Anti-Corruption Business Council under the President of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan)

Konstantinas Andrijauskas (Vilnius University, Lithuania)

Zarrina Tolibova (General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

Yolbars Kepbanov (The Tebigy Kuwwat Social Unit Enterprise, Turkmenistan)

Daniya Nurmukhankyzy (Zhetysu University, Kazakhstan) 

Farhod Sharopov (Tajik State University of Commerce)

Kuanysh Yeszhanov (Transparency International Kazakhstan)

Zarrina Kadyrova (Tajik State University of Commerce)