Dr Adam Masters
Transnational Research Institute on Corruption, The Australian National University
Despite a global protest to fight corruption, not one single country in the world is free from it. Since 2012, Australia’s rank on the Corruption Perception Index has deteriorated, depicting a need to take better measures to leverage effective fraud control arrangements within our Public Sector. Questions arise such as “why is this the case?”, “what are we doing wrong?” and “what should we be doing better?”. This keynote presentation will evaluate Australia’s global position on fraud and corruption, and what lessons should we learn from other countries to improve our response and resilience.