Learn from leading experts

All of IACA’s programmes feature internationally renowned professors and practitioners.

These include our own in-house experts, members of IACA’s Frequent Visiting Faculty, and other prominent figures in anti-corruption and compliance.

IACA Faculty

IACA’s in-house experts frequently lecture in the Academy’s numerous programmes and trainings, as well as at universities and institutions around the world.

Yoojin Choi

Yoojin Choi (Republic of Korea) is Head of IACA's Programmes & Activities Department. She previously served in the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) of the Republic of Korea, where she launched the APEC Anti-Corruption and Transparency Working Group and organized the G20 Anti-Corruption International Conference. In addition, she served in the Korean delegation for the OECD Working Group on Bribery and as a reviewer for on-site visits for New Zealand and Greece, and was in charge of projects with the World Bank and UNDP. She holds a Ph.D. in Education and Human Development from the University of Minnesota.

Pawan Kumar Sinha

Pawan Kumar Sinha (India) has had a career in civil services in India spanning almost three decades, and he has held several senior positions in the areas of administration including anti-corruption, tax assessment, customs processes and automation, intelligence and investigation, research, and training. Prior to joining IACA, he was Additional Director General of the two zonal units of the National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes and Narcotics in India.

What our Lecturers Say

Tina Søreide

Professor of Law and Economics at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)

Teaching at IACA is an amazing experience. Students from different backgrounds – and with different experiences – contribute with examples and make discussions lively and relevant. IACA offers students from all parts of the world a unique opportunity to become anti-corruption experts. I am proud to be part of it.

Drago Kos

Chair, OECD Working Group on Bribery

Teaching at IACA has always been a special privilege for me. Not only do I meet extremely capable and motivated students, I also learn from them about how to fight corruption even in the most difficult circumstances

Mikhail Reider-Gordon

Director in the Global Disputes & Investigations practice at an international consulting firm

After a week of teaching, one comes away exhausted, but inspired and exhilarated - by the students’ passion for learning, collaborative mindset, and innovative approaches to a complex topic. Their optimism is infectious, and their courage is humbling when one learns of the obstacles many have confronted to even get to IACA.

Johann Graf Lambsdorff

Professor of Economic Theory, University of Passau

The MACS program attracts highly qualified and insatiably motivated professionals from the public and private sectors. It opens their eyes to the many dimensions of the fight against corruption, which range from political, legal, psychological, behavioural to economic issues. It is the only globally recognised programme that offers such a unique opportunity for jobs in the broadening field of anti-corruption..

Michael Johnston

Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science Emeritus at Colgate University, United States of America

The MACS programme at IACA offers young professionals and civil society activists from around the world a unique opportunity to develop a detailed understanding of corruption and the challenges of reform.

Daniel Ming-Chak Li

Deputy Commissioner and Director of Operations (ret.), Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption

Fighting corruption is not simply a form of governance; it is a tool of governance upheld by responsible humanity. In the MACS programme, students learn the art and science of this important discipline. They are the steering force to a clean, fair, and just society.

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