Andrew Guth is an adjunct professor for American University, Norwich University, and Fairleigh Dickinson University. He currently lives and works in China teaching courses in international law, global issues, organized crime, human trafficking, ethics, and others to U.S. and Chinese students.
Previously, he worked in the Philippines specializing on anti-corruption. He also worked at the Terrorism, Transnational Crime, and Corruption Center (TraCCC) in Washington, D.C. for seven years where he published multiple peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. He has consulted for the United Nations and OECD on urban security, human trafficking, and corruption issues.
He holds a Master’s in Public Policy from George Mason University (GMU) with a focus on Terrorism, Transnational Crime, and Corruption and is currently finishing his doctoral dissertation with a focus on methods to curb corruption in the Philippines. Mr. Guth received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Kansas.
Anti-corruption and police reform
- rule of law
- public order
Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Kenya
- public financial management
How could anti-corruption interventions tackling global corruption benefit the UK?
Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Vietnam
- anti-corruption legislation
Using compensation funds to support anti-corruption interventions
- foreign bribery
- social damages
- corporate settlement
- asset recovery
g-MEO - China
Adjunct Professor - American University
- Asia Pacific
- Public Services
- Illicit financial flows
- Money laundering
- Rule of law
- Urban issues
- Political finance
- Organised crime
Philippines; China; Corruption, transnational crime, and terrorism; Elections; Corruption & Clientelism;