Despite Rwanda’s implementation of a ‘zero tolerance for corruption’ strategy, taxi
motorcyclists working in Kigali continue to deal with corrupt security officers and
police officers. Yet, the use of social norms theory can be a very effective tool in
analysing collective action problems, and defining strategies to modify behaviours or
interactions. It reveals how power games, structural aspects, or interdependencies may
perpetuate corrupt practices.
Book review: John-Andrew McNeish (2021) Sovereign Forces: Everyday Challenges to Environmental Governance in Latin America. Berghahn Books.
David Aled Williams
Public Anthropologist (Blog)
Tuning in to the politics of (anti-)corruption: astute interventions and deeper accountability
David Jackson, Inge Amundsen
Cooperation with Chinese actors on anti-corruption: Environmental governance as a pilot area
Bertram Lang, Marina Rudyak