Collective Action on Corruption in Nigeria : Social Norms Approach to Connecting Society and Institutions, Chatham House
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Leena Koni Hoffmann is an associate fellow of the Africa Programme at Chatham House and technical adviser to the Permanent Inter-State Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel. She was a Marie Curie research fellow at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) in 2013–15. Her research focuses on Nigeria’s politics, corruption, food security and regional trade in West Africa.
Raj Navanit Patel is a University of Pennsylvania Penn Social Norms Group (PennSONG) consultant. He is also a PhD candidate in the Department of Philosophy and a member of the Department of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. He worked at the US Department of Homeland Security from 2011–13. His research focuses on normative issues surrounding the provision of public goods.
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