State Capture: What It Is and What It Means for the Constitutional Order | University of Oxford

State Capture: What It Is and What It Means for the Constitutional Order

Speakers
Denis Galligan - Professor at Oxford University, Daniel Smilov - Associate Professor at University of Sofia, Bogdan Iancu - Associate Professor at University of Bucharest, Abby Innes - Assistant Professor in Political Economy at LSE, Elham Fahkro - Lecturer of Legal Writing and Research at NYU, Katarína Šipulová - Senior Researcher at Masaryk University, Nick Friedman - Junior Research Fellow in Law at Oxford University
Event date
Event time
9:30 - 16:00
Venue
Wolfson College
Linton Road
OX2 6UD
Venue details

Haldane Room

Event type
Lectures and seminars
Event cost
Free
Disabled access?
Yes
Booking required
Recommended

At this workshop, a roundtable of experts will examine the issue of state capture and the implications for the constitutional order.

Presentations:
How state capture is possible in a competitive democracy

Daniel Smilov

Shortcuts to modernity? Anti-corruption as a panacea for state capture

Bogdan Iancu, 

Abby Innes

State capture or state hegemony? Understanding state-business dynamics in the Gulf Cooperation States

Elham Fahkro

Capturing the judiciary from the inside

Katarína Šipulová

Accounting for state capture: reflections on the South African Experience

Nick Friedman