Paul Lagunes specializes in the study of corruption and corruption control. He has published peer-reviewed journal articles in Public Administration, PLoS ONE, Political Psychology, Journal of Social Issues, among others. Lagunes’s new book, which will be published by Oxford University Press, features three novel field experiments that test hypotheses about corrupt behavior in Mexico, Peru, and New York City. He is also the co-editor of two academic volumes, and the author of a number of policy reports and op-eds. Lagunes obtained his Ph.D. in Political Science from Yale University.
Awards and Recognition
- Recipient of the “2020 Best Faculty Paper” award, Northeast Conference on Public Administration (NECoPA)
- Keynote Address, Academia Against Corruption in the Americas (May 19, 2020)