Alan Doig is currently Visiting Professor, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, England. He has published numerous academic articles and books on corruption, financial crime and public ethics and served as a Board Member for the UK Standards Board for England. He has undertaken anti-corruption work for various organisations, including the Council of Europe, the UK DFID, OECD, Transparency International, UNDP, UNODC, and the World Bank. As well as leading a number of anticorruption development projects overseas, he spent over two years as the Council of Europe’s full-time Resident Advisor in Turkey and then the resident UNODC UNCAC mentor to Thailand. He has had a particular research and practitioner interest in the roles and management of anti-corruption agencies.