DCU Business School
Dublin City University
Dr. Doris Aja-Eke is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Corruption Studies at the Centre for Anti-Corruption Research Centre (ARC), Dublin City University. She has a PhD in International Relations, with a major in Global Human Development from University College Dublin. Her research interest is in development and corruption studies, especially in fragile and conflict-affected regions. She makes use of mixed-method approaches to carry out evidence-based research for the enhancement of national and international development. She equally has a wide range of academic and non-academic experience from different countries. You can follow her on Twitter @DAja_Eke and LinkedIn or visit her personal website.
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My research interest is development studies, corruption, peace and conflict studies, although I am generally interested in the broad area of International Relations. I am particularly interested in making use of mixed method approaches to carry out evidence-based research, especially in developing countries. Therefore, I carry out research that utilise quantitative, geospatial, and qualitative techniques to solve development issues.
International Development | Corruption | Peace and Conflict Studies | Mixed Methods