BiographyDr Ingrida Kerusauskaite is experienced in anti-corruption consultancy, research, teaching and programme delivery. She is an Affiliated Lecturer at the University of Cambridge, where she lectures on a number of graduate and undergraduate courses on anti-corruption, justice and international development. She has completed a PhD at the University of Cambridge on the effectiveness of multilateral and bilateral approaches in tackling corruption in developing countries.
She also works as an advisor with KPMG’s International Development Advisory Services (IDAS) team in London and has delivered anti-money laundering work for public and private sector clients working with KPMG’s forensic team. Ingrida leads on the UK IDAS team's work in the sphere of anti-corruption. She has delivered projects for the UK’s Department for International Development, the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office and other donors.
She is a regular speaker at international conferences on anti-corruption and development.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
International development, anti-corruption, business environment reforms, governance reforms, aid effectiveness
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