The Seoul Institute for Transparency was established in 2000 to study corruption issues that obstruct economic and social justice in our society and to recommend anti-corruption policy alternatives. Its activities include research on corruption issues, collection of corruption-related data, networking with experts on transparency issues, encouraging international publicity of Seoul Metropolitan Government's OPEN System, and promoting cooperation with nongovernmental organizations. The institute disseminates its research products through conferences, workshops, and the publication of reports and periodicals.
Research and Activity
- Research into the status of corruption and analysis of its causes
- Promotion of anti-corruption awareness, documentation of anti-corruption information
- International cooperative network related to anti-corruption research
- Domestic and international academic events and meetings