Tina Fadler

Tina is an auditor at the Austrian Court of Audit and wrote a paper on gender and corruption for her degree in “Public Auditing” at the Executive Academy of the Vienna University of Economics and Business. She studied International Business Administration and Communication in Vienna with longer and shorter study exchanges in Finland, Chile, India and the US. Her career started in journalism and at the Austrian Ombudsman Board/International Ombudsman Institute. Between 2011 and 2016, she worked as an auditor for projects at the European Commission (European Social Fund) and the Austrian Federal Chancellery (European Regional Development Fund). She started working for the communication department of the Austrian Court of Audit in 2016 and changed to a position as an auditor in 2020. She attended the IACA Summer Academy 2015, and Alumni meetings

Tina Fadler

How many years have you been an alumnus/alumna? 6 years What is your best memory of IACA? Lots of other passionate corruption fighters How has IACA influenced your career? I am not sure yet, but knowing about anti-corruption measures is incredibly important! What’s unforgettable at IACA? (most memorable) IACA Summer Academy 2015, getting in depth …

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The Link between Gender and Corruption. Why equality matters in dealing with corruption

“Are women really the ‘fairer’ sex?” This question was raised by researchers at the World Bank in 1999 (Dollar, et al., 1999). In their study, they used the International Country Risk Guide’s corruption index to see how corruption correlated with the involvement of women in parliament in more than 100 countries. Their findings were clear: …

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