Corruption in developing countries
State-building and governance
African politics/political development
James Connell – Project: Narratives of Violence: Identity, Trauma and the ‘Refugee Experience’ – the case of young Tibetan refugees in Nepal and Northern India
Vaughn Graham – Project: The Ownership of Official Development Assistance in the Security and Justice Sectors: When Aid Policy Narratives Converge in the Field of Practice
Mattias Hjorst – Project: Governing Development: Sustainable Development as a Contested Political Rationality
Chipiliro Kalebe-Nyamongo - Project: Role of Elites in the Politics of Pro-Poor Policy in Malawi
Claire Mcloughlin – Project: The Role of Service Delivery in (Re)building State Legitimacy and Resilience: A Retrospective Case Study in Sub-Saharan Africa
Chipo Mwale – Project: WTO Aid for Trade Initiative and Poverty Reduction Within the Southern Africa Development Community
Ndubuisi Nwokolo - Project: Environmental Degradation and Poverty in Nigeria: Effects on Violent Communal Conflicts
Sunday Okello – Project: Conflict Transformation Processes: Roles of Agencies in Social Reconstruction in Northern Uganda
Pranay Sinha – Project: Are Emerging Donors Different from Established Donors? A Comparison of Existing Policies and Practice
Namawu Al-hassan Alolo - Project: The Gender-Corruption Nexus: An Examination of the Gender Dimensions of Corruption in Ghana’s Public Sector
Sulaiman Yusef Balarabe Kura - Project: Political Party Institutionalisation in Nigeria
Cornelius Ncube - Project: Negotiating the Political Space: A Study of Civil Society and Policy Influencing in Zimbabwe
2011: Delivered training on corruption and anti-corruption to EuropeAid and partner country staff working in African delegations, Brussels.
2011: Provided expertise on the World Bank’s draft Public Sector Reform Strategy, invited consultation with World Bank and DFID staff, London.
2011-ongoing: Advisory Board Member, GATEway project, Transparency International.
2011: Interviewed for podcast on ‘Working With the Grain? Rethinking African Governance’, ODI/APP event, (available at http://www.mixcloud.com/ids/working-with-the-grain-rethinking-african-governance-interviews-at-the-launch-event-at-odi/).
2010: Conducted survey on corruption with EU staff working in delegations in Africa.
2010: Interviewed on Capacity4Dev on corruption and political economy analysis (available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_chcMQbuNE).
2010: Delivered training on corruption and anti-corruption to EuropeAid and partner country staff, Brussels.
2009/2010: Guest speaker on UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Chevening course on ‘Democracy, Rule of Law and Security’, University of Birmingham.
2008/9: Team Leader, Strategic Governance and Corruption Analysis (SGACA), commissioned by Royal Netherlands Embassy, Nairobi.
2008-ongoing: Adviser to ‘Twin Challenges’ project, designing and delivering curriculum on climate change and global poverty for sixth form students in the West Midlands.
2007: Interviewed by the Sydney Morning Herald on the World Bank’s approach to anti-corruption under Paul Wolfowitz.
2006: Consultant on team conducting an Output to Purpose Review of DFID-Kenya’s Political Empowerment Programme Phase II.
2005: Consultant producing a paper on ‘Parliaments and Anti-Corruption Work: A Synthesis of Current Practice’, for UNDP-Vietnam.
2003: Consultant on team producing a paper on ‘The Interaction Between Traditional Systems and Local Government Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa’, for DFID (available at http://info.worldbank.org/etools/docs/library/136160/tslg/pdf/interaction.pdf).
2003-2005: Expert commentator on U4 Anti-Corruption Training Course.
2003: Consultant producing a paper on ‘Donor Strategies and Policies on Anti-Corruption’, for U4 (available at http://www.u4.no/document/selectedliterature.cfm).
2002-2005: Member of DFID’s Content Advisory Group on Political Systems for the Governance Resource Centre.
2002: Consultant producing a series of responses to complex questions designed assist donors working on corruption, for U4 (available at http://www.u4.no/document/faqs4.cfm).
1999: Consultant producing a paper on ‘Bilateral Approaches to Good Governance’, for DFID.
Other professional appointments
Co-Director of the Third World Standing Group, European Consortium for Political Research (http://www.ecpr-thirdworld.org/)
lEditorial Board member, Journal of Global Ethic
Marquette, H (2003) Corruption, Politics and Development: The Role of the World Bank, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Beswick, D and Marquette, H (November 2011) ‘State-building, Security and Development: State-building as a new development paradigm?’ Guest Editors for Special Issue of Third World Quarterly 32(10).
Marquette, H (forthcoming, 2012) '"Finding God" or 'moral disengagement' in the fight against corruption in developing countries? Evidence from India and Nigeria' Public Administration & Development.
Marquette, H, Scott, Z and Mcloughlin, C (January 2012) 'Combining value for money with increased aid to fragile states: welcome partnership or clash of agendas?' Crime, Law & Social Change.
Marquette, H (November 2011) ‘Donors, State-building and Corruption: Lessons from Afghanistan and the Implications for Aid Policy’ Third World Quarterly 32(10).
Marquette, H and Beswick, D (November 2011) ‘Introduction: State-building, Security and Development: State-building as a new development paradigm?’Third World Quarterly 32(10).
Marquette, H (2007) ‘The World Bank’s Fight Against Corruption’, Brown Journal of World Affairs, XIII(II): 27-39.
Marquette, H (2007) ‘Civic Education for Combating Corruption: Lessons from Hong Kong and the United States for Donor-Funded Programmes in Poor Countries’, Public Administration and Development, 27.
Marquette, H and Doig, A (2005) ‘The UK, the Commonwealth and Corruption: Assessing the Potential for Joined-Up Development Assistance’, Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 43(1): 102-128.
Marquette, H and Doig, A (2005) ‘Corruption and Democratisation: the litmus test of international donor agency intentions?’, Futures, 37: 199-213.
Marquette, H (2004) 'The Creeping Politicisation of the World Bank: The Case of Corruption', Political Studies, 52(3): 413-30.
Marquette, H and Doig, A (2004) ‘Drilling Down to the Detail: A Case Study into Anti-Corruption Project Records and Record-Keeping’, Crime, Law & Social Change, 41: 1-14.
Marquette, H and Mineshima, D (2002) 'Civic Education in the United States: Lessons for the UK', Parliamentary Affairs, 55: 539-555.
Marquette, H (2001) 'Corruption, Democracy and the World Bank', Crime, Law & Social Change, 36(4): 395-407.
Marquette, H (1999) 'Corruption Eruption: Development and the International Community (feature review)', Third World Quarterly, 20(6): pp. 1215-1220.
Marquette, H et al (2011) 'Supporting Anti-Corruption Reform in Partner Countries Concepts, Tools and Areas for Action', EuropeAid Tools & Methods Series Concept Paper No. 2, available from the EU Bookshop
Marquette, H (2010) ‘Whither Morality? “Finding God” in the Fight Against Corruption’, RaD Working Paper No. 41.
Marquette, H (2010) ‘Corruption, Religion and Moral Development’, RaD Working Paper No. 42.
Marquette, H (2010) Zweierlei Maß, Welt-Sichten, September.
Marquette, H, Amis, P, Kanyinga, K and Beswick, D (2008) ‘Strategic Governance and Anti-Corruption Analysis: Kenya', Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs/ODI.
Marquette, H, Singh, G and Al-hassan Alolo, N (2007) ‘Political Science, Religion and Development: A Literature Review’, RaD Working Paper 07.
Marquette, H (2004) ‘Changing Concepts of Donor Anti-Corruption Programming: From Single-Focus to “Multi-pronged” Approaches’, Local Government Brief, Spring: 3-11.
Marquette, H and Jackson, P (2003) ‘The Interaction Between Traditional Systems and Local Government Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Annotated Bibliography’, with Paul Jackson, UK Department for International Development (DfID), September.
Marquette H (2002) ‘Civic Education in the United States: Lessons for the UK’, with Dale Mineshima, Parliamentary Affairs, 55, pp. 539-55