On October 30, in celebration of his appointment as the Eli Goldston Professor of Law, Matthew Stephenson ’03 gave a talk titled “Corruption and Anticorruption,” a primary focus of his research and scholarship at Harvard Law School.
In particular, Stephenson’s research focuses on the application of positive political theory to public law, particularly in the areas of administrative procedure, anticorruption, judicial institutions, and separation of powers.
At Harvard Law, Stephenson teaches courses on administrative law, legislation and regulation, anticorruption law, and political economy of public law. He is the editor of the Global Anticorruption Blog, which he launched in 2014 to promote analysis and discussion of the problem of corruption around the world, and to provide a forum for exchanging information and ideas across disciplinary and professional boundaries, fostering rigorous, vigorous, and constructive debate about corruption’s causes, consequences, and potential remedies.
Read more at https://globalanticorruptionblog.com/