Investigating anti-fraud measures in the Global South
International Development student Nataliya Mykhalchenko blogs about her internship experience
Nataliya Mykhalchenko, a third year International Development undergraduate student, participated in the ESSL Summer Research Internship Scheme, funded by the alumni Footsteps and Q-steps project. For five weeks in July and August 2015, Nataliya worked alongside Dr. Jörg Wiegratz on a project titled The Political Economy of anti-fraud measures in the Global South, which is informed by the ongoing research of Dr. Wiegratz on anti-fraud measures in Uganda (funded by British Academy/Leverhulme Trust, Sir Ernest Cassel Educational Trust Fund, 2014-2016). ''The project’s focus was on identifying and analysing the various drivers, characteristic and repercussions of the anti-fraud measures in the Global South
Find out more about Nataliya's experience here.