Rwanda: Learning how to use quantitative and qualitative research methodologies for corruption research
Researchers from the Basel Institute recently delivered a workshop on quantitative and qualitative research methodologies for corruption research at the Protestant University of Rwanda (PUR) in Butare, Rwanda.
An integral part of the programme involved a review of the foundations of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies with a focus on providing practical knowledge and tools for developing research programmes focussing on corruption. In addition to members of the Faculty of PUR, the workshop was also attended by staff from the Rwandan Office of the Ombudsman and members of the Rwanda Academy of Language and Culture.
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