Monika Bauhr is an Associate Professor at the Quality of Government Institute at the department of Political Science, Göteborg University. She has previously been a visiting scholar at Stanford University, the University of Florida and the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, and a research fellow in a cross disciplinary research program on climate change (COPE). She has also served as a consultant and participated in public events relating to climate change, corruption and development policies. She is the Scientific Coordinator of ANTICORRP (Anticorruption Policies Revisited: Global Trends and European Responses to the Challenge of Corruption), a large-scale multidisciplinary research project, funded by the European Commission. Her most recent work appears in journals such as the International Studies Quarterly, Global Environmental Politics and Governance.
Her research is mainly concerned with the role of international organizations and aid in promoting good government. She studies the link between transparency, accountability and corruption and how norms and beliefs about corruption influence efforts to promote sustainable development, in particular climate policies and the working of international carbon markets.
Her current research project is entitled “International Organizations, Aid and Quality of Government”. From September 2013, she will lead and conduct research within work package 11 in ANTICORRP, entitled “Building Accountability; Transparency, Civil Society and Administrative Responses”.
Bauhrs graduate and undergraduate courses include Research Design for doctoral students, International Environmental Politics, experimental design and regression analysis, as well as supervision and examination of theses.
She is member of the steering board of the Program in Environmental Social Science (SMIL - Samhällsvetenskapligamiljövetarprogrammet). She also chairs the Minor Field Studies Committee (MFS).
Furthermore, Monika chairs the Quality of Government (QoG) seminar series. For more information about coming and past seminars, click here.
Bauhr Monika (2013). “Tolerating Corruption. The Aid-Corruption Paradox and the Legitimacy of Foreign Aid”. Under review.
Bauhr Monika & Marcia Grimes (2013). “Indignation or Resignation? The Implications of Transparency for Societal Accountability”. Governance. doi: 10.1111/gove.12033
Bauhr, Monika, Nicholas Charron & Naghmeh Nasiritousi (2013). “Does Corruption Cause Aid Fatigue? Public Opinion and the Aid-Corruption Paradox.” International Studies Quarterly, pp. 1–12.
Bauhr Monika ( 2013).”The Legacy of Honesty: Understanding Swedish Perceptions of Corruption” . In Dahlberg , Stefan , , Henrik Oscarsson and Lena Wängnerud ( eds.) Stepping Stones: Research on Political Representation, Voting Behavior and Quality of Government. Göteborg: Göteborg Studies in Politics.
Bauhr, Monika ( 2013). ”Privat och offentlig korruption i Sverige”. In Bergström, Annika, Henrik Oscarsson and Lennart Weibull ( eds.). Vägskäl. Göteborg: SOM-institutet, Göteborgs universitet.
Bauhr, Monika & Nicholas Charron ( 2013). “How do International Organizations Impact Quality of Government?. Testing the Effects on Educational Outcomes in Africa”. Presented at the Quality of Government Conference in Barcelona, 7-11 January 2013
Bauhr Monika & Naghmeh Nasiritousi (2012). “Resisting Transparency. Corruption, Legitimacy and the Quality of Global Environmental Policies.” Global Environmental Politics. 12:4, November. pp. 9-29.
Bauhr Monika & Naghmeh Nasiritousi (2012). “How do International Organizations Promote Quality of Government? Contestation, Integration and the Limits of IO Power”. International Studies Review, 14, pp. 541–566.
Bauhr Monika (2012). “Need or Greed Corruption?” In Holmberg, Sören and Bo Rothstein (eds.) Good Government. The Relevance of Political Science. London: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Bauhr Monika & Naghmeh Nasiritousi (2012). “Do International Organizations Promote Quality of Government?” In Holmberg, Sören and Bo Rothstein (eds.) Good Government. The Relevance of Political Science. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Bauhr Monika and Mathias Färdigh (2012). ”Korruption i Sverige 2011. Förekomst och acceptans”. In Weibull, Lennart, Henrik Oscarsson and Annika Bergström (eds.) I framtidens skugga. Göteborg: SOM-institutet, Göteborgs universitet .
Bauhr Monika & Marcia Grimes (2012). “What is Government Transparency? - New Measures and Relevance for Quality of Government”. QoG Working Paper Series 2012:16.
Bauhr Monika (2012). “Building International Cooperation. Capacity, Institutional Trust and Climate Change”. Presented at the International Political Science Association (IPSA) in Madrid, July 2012.
Bauhr Monika (2012). “Does Transparency Reduce Corruption?”. Presented at the Transatlantic Conference on Transparency Research. Utrecht, the Netherlands, June 7-9, 2012.
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