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  The Social construction of police corruption: a cross cultural analysis between the Afghan and European police forces
  Dr D Singh, Dr G Papanicolaou
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
This project will initially cover a political economy approach to map the structural causes of corruption within police forces, and provide specific reference to Afghanistan and a European context.
  Corruption, Urbanisation and Land Grabbing: Understanding and Reforming Illicit Real-Property Markets
  Prof K Lasslett, Dr B Payne, Dr S MacGiollabhu
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
This study aims to. - Understand the political, policy, administrative and economic factors that stimulated wide-spread corruption in TCI real-property markets.
  The Development of Mathematical and Statistical Models of Sports Betting, with a View to Detection of Irregular Activities
  Dr G Hunter, Dr P Soan
Applications accepted all year round
Corrupt activities in professional sport linked to illegal betting have received much attention in the press over recent months, tarnishing sports’ reputation, which could lead to great reductions in revenue.
  Crime, Justice and Society
Criminological research is led by Professor Colin Webster and is conducted within the School of Social Sciences, mainly by staff working in the Crime, Justice and Society research group located within the Centre for Applied Social Research (CeASR).
  Law Research Programme
 Research is an integral part of Leeds Law School's activities. We have expertise in a wide variety of legal areas and we are able to supervise research degrees in the following areas.
  The growth of multinational telecommunication enterprises in Africa: Institutions, markets and technological change (REF: SF18/BAM/WHALLEY2)
  Prof J Whalley, Dr R Nyuur
Applications accepted all year round
Foreign direct investment (FDI) reflects a host of interacting and dynamic factors. Multinational enterprises (MNE) are encouraged to enter a foreign market because of its size or endowment of natural resources, or efficiency reasons.
  Improving Radiation Hardening of SRAM by Circuit Design
  Prof K de Groot
Applications accepted all year round
4 year EPSRC Industrial CASE Ph.D. studentship. Funding. stipend of £18,000.00/year and all fees. Eligibility. UK Nationals only.
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