State Capture: What It Is and What It Means for the Constitutional Order
At this workshop, a roundtable of experts will examine the issue of state capture and the implications for the constitutional order.
How state capture is possible in a competitive democracy
Daniel Smilov, Associate Professor, Political Science Department, University of Sofia; Programme Director, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia
Shortcuts to modernity? Anti-corruption as a panacea for state capture
Bogdan Iancu, Associate Professor, University of Bucharest
Corporate power in neoliberal states: is it still ‘capture’ when it’s official public policy?
Abby Innes, Assistant Professor in Political Economy, European Institute, LSE
State capture or state hegemony? Understanding state-business dynamics in the Gulf Cooperation States
Elham Fahkro, Lecturer of Legal Writing and Research, NYU Abu Dhabi
Capturing the judiciary from the inside
Katarína Šipulová, Senior Researcher, Judicial Studies Institute, Masaryk University, Brno
Accounting for state capture: reflections on the South African Experience
Nick Friedman, Biegun Warburg Junior Research Fellow in Law, Oxford