Dr. David Jancsics: Faculty Research
Jancics, D. (2019 - Online). "Law Enforcement Corruption along the U.S. Borders" Security Journal, Springer in cooperation with Palgrave Macmillan.
Jancics, D. (2019). "Border Corruption" Public Integrity Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.
Jancics, D. (2019). "Corruption as Resource Transfer: An Interdisciplinary Synthesis" Public Administration Review American Society for Public Administration.
Jancsics, D. (2018). "Shell Companies and Government Corruption." Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance.
Jancsics, D. (2017). "Offshoring at Home? Domestic Use of Shell Companies for Corruption." Public Integrity.
Polese, A., Kovács, B., and Jancsics, D. (2017). "Informality 'in spite of' or 'beyond' the State: Some Evidence from Hungary and Romania." European Societies.
Graycar, A. and Jancsics, D. (2017). "Gift Giving and Corruption." International Journal of Public Administration.
Font, M. and Jancsics, D. (2016). "From Planning to Market: Framework for Cuba. " Journal of the Society for Latin American Studies.
Javor, I. and Jancsics, D. (2016). "The Role of Power in Organizational Corruption: An Empirical Study." Administration and Society.
Mungui-Pippidi, A., Dadasov, R., Fazekas, M., Toth, I., Kocsis, G., Jancsics, D., Kortas, A., Kukutschka, R., Stefavov, R. and Skolkay, A. (2015). "Public Integrity and Trust in Europe." European Research Center for Anti-Corruption and State-Building.
Jancsics, D. (2015). "Imperatives in Informal Organizational Resource Exchange in Central Europe." Journal of Eurasian Studies.
Jancsics, D. (2015). "“A Friend Gave Me a Phone Number” - Brokerage in Low-level Corruption." International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice.
Jancsics, D. (2014). "Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Corruption." Sociology Compass.
Jancsics, D. (2013). "Petty corruption in Central and Eastern Europe: The Client's Perspective." Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
Jancsics, D. and Javor, I. (2012). "Corrupt Governmental Networks." International Public Management Journal.Faculty Research - Main Page