Professor Michael Johnston’s studies of corruption featured in Washington Post

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This is a map of the US showing corruption by state from the Washington Post

A state guide to political corruption

The Washington Post published a “A state guide to political corruption” using some of the research from Michael Johnston, the Charles A Dana professor of political science who is a leading scholar on political corruption.

The findings are based on responses from 280 local reporters surveyed in the first half of the year by Oguzhan Dincer, an associate economics professor at the Illinois State University, and Johnston.

Johnston’s work on corruption has been featured in the media in the past. Read his op-ed on corruption here, and watch him discuss worldwide corruption below: