Bio

Robert J. Hanlon is an Assistant Professor of politics at Thompson Rivers University and an associate faculty member in the School of Humanitarian Studies at Royal Roads University. His research explores the links between corporate social responsibility, corruption and human security in emerging Asian economies.

After completing his PhD at City University of Hong Kong, Dr. Hanlon served as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia. Outside academia, Dr. Hanlon has worked for the Asian Human Rights Commission, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, as well as the High Commission of Canada in Australia.

He has been a visiting scholar at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (Oxford), the Liu Institute for Global Issues (UBC), the Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration (Chulalongkorn), the Balsillie School of International Affairs and most recently the Kadoorie Institute at the University of Hong Kong.

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Tendances en matière de corruption dans la région du Moyen- Orient et de l’Afrique du Nord (MENA)

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  • ressources naturelles
  • insecurite
  • pot-de-vin
  • pots-de-vin

Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Mozambique

  • anti-corruption legislation
  • integrity

ELECTION MANAGEMENT BODIES AND THEIR COMPOSITION

  • elections

Public financial management reforms in developing and postconflict countries

  • public financial management
  • pfm

Grand Corruption and the SDGs - Selling the country's future: the island sales scheme in the Maldives

  • sustainable development goals
  • sdg
  • land
  • grand corruption
  • water
  • environment

Robert Hanlon

Affiliation

Thompson Rivers University

Professional Title

Assistant Professor

Region

  • Asia Pacific

Country/Territory

Topics

Specialisms

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); Human Rights; Bribery; Patronage

Email Address

rhanlon@tru.ca

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