Dr. Jan-Willem van Prooijen is an assistant professor at the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, VU Amsterdam. He has been awarded Early Career Contribution Award by the International Society for Justice Research (ISJR) in 2006. His main interests are psychology of punishment, responses to crime victims, belief in conspiracy, and political extremism. Dr. van Prooijen’s research has been published in a number of journals, such as Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, and Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. For further information, visit his link: http://www.janwillemvanprooijen.com/.
Professor Xun Wu is a professor at the Division of Social Science and Division of Environment, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He is also the director of Institute of Public Policy and Leadership and Public Policy (Executive Education). His research interests are diversed, from anti-corruption to water resource management. They have been published in various journals, such as Policy Sciences, Public Administration Review, Governance, Social Sciences & Medicine, and Water Resources Research. For more information, visit his link: http://www.sosc.ust.hk/cgi-bin/people/people_index.php?action=view&type=F&profile_id=432.
Madeline Ong is an assistant professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources at Singapore Management University. Her research interests are broad, ranging from leadership, trust, and midfulness to organizational justice, attitudes, emotions and fatigues; to ethics, deviance, antisocial behaviour. She has been selected for a number of awards, including an award from Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide at Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame in 2013. Her research has been published in international journals, such as Journal of Applied Psychology and Organizational Behaviour and Decision Processes. For more information, visit her link: https://business.smu.edu.sg/faculty/profile/147936/Madeline-ONG.
Katja Hinz is the Associate Project Officer at the ETICO, IIEP’s (International Institute for Educational Planning) project on ethics and corruption in education. Katja Hinz has been actively involved in various programs aimed to eradicate corruption, one of them being Transparency International School on Integrity 2016 which provides the participants with training session on open data and anti-corruption advocacy.
Ronan O’Laoire is the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). He has been involved in the issues of corruption in various contexts, two of them being corruption in sport and corruption in judicial system.
Steven Gawthrope is one of the young researchers in the Interdiciplinary Corruption Research Network who aims to connect research on corruption from various diciplines. He has previously worked with the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) in developing anti-corruption module for United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC). One of his research interests is public procurement sectors. For further information, visit his link: https://www.icrnetwork.org/who-we-are-1/founding-members/steven-gawthorpe/.
Meta Zahro Aurelia is currently working on her Ph.D. project at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam which aims to understand psychological and cultural factors that predict corruption. Her research interests are corruption, deception, social relational model, moral dilemma, moral emotions, and public trust. In 2013, she joined an ASEAN Anti-Corruption Youth Camp conducted by Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission which sparked her interest on the topic of corruption. For further research, visit her link: http://www.vupsy.nl/staff-members/meta-zahro-aurelia/.
Kwartarini Wahu Yuniarti is a professor at the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada. She has received Rockefeller Award for sponsorship of master degree on Medical Social Science from the Faculty of Medicine, Newcastle University, New South Wales, Australia (1994 to 1999) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Award – Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst – for her Doctorate Program at Universitat Hamburg, Germany. Her research interests are health psychology, clinical psychology, and cross cultural psychology. For further information, visit her link: http://psikologi.ugm.ac.id/kwartarini-wahyu-yuniarti/.
Wenty Marina Minza is currently the head of Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada and a researcher at the Center for Population and Policy Studies. She’s interested in conducting research on youth, social relation, and mobility, especially using qualitative method, such as ethnography. Her research has been published in The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology. One of her works has also been published as a book chapter in In Search of Middle Indonesia: Middle Classes in Provincial Towns. For further information, visit her link: http://psikologi.ugm.ac.id/wenty-marina-minza/.
Galang Lufityanto is a psychologist, cognitive-neuroscientist, national-award writer and currently serves as the head of International Undergraduate Program (IUP), Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada. He is also the coordinator of Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology’s (CICP) Research Cluster on Deception and Culture. His main research interests are implicit cognition, neuropsychology, and experimental psychology. One of his works has been published in respected journals, such as Psychological Science and appeared in award-winning online platform, such as the Huffinton Post For further information, visit his link: http://galanglufityanto.staff.ugm.ac.id/author/
Rimawan Pradiptyo is a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada and currently serves as the Deputy of Research in the Training and Research in Economics and Business (PT2EB). His research interests are Crime Economics, Game Theory, Experimental Economics, Economic Evaluation and Industrial Economics. He has been conducting economic evaluation studies in the criminal justice field. His works have been published on several journals, such as Review of Law and Economics and Criminal Justice Policy Review. One of his works received The Best Paper Award in The Global Accounting, Finance, and Economics Conference held by Monash University, Australia in 2011. For further information, visit his link: www.rimawan.staff.ugm.ac.id/v2/en/.
Sutarimah Ampuni is a lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology, Univesitas Gadjah Mada. She received Australian Development Scholarship (ADS) for her master. She is currently undertaking her Ph.D. in La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, with the same scholarship. Her main research interest is moral psychology; child and adolescent psychology; marriage, family and parenting; cross cultural psychology; and counseling psychology. For further information, visit her link: http://psikologi.ugm.ac.id/sutarimah-ampuni/.
Eddy Kiswanto is a resarcher at Center for Population and Policy Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada. His research interest is population research. He is currently doing a research on government and decentralization, corporate social responsibility towards the environment, health and education, and poverty alleviation. For further information, visit his link: http://cpps.ugm.ac.id/researcher/eddy-kiswanto-s-si-m-si/.
Novi Qonitatin is a lecturer in the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Diponegoro. She’s interested in Forensic Psychology and Social Psychology. She’s currently doing her doctoral study in the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada. One of the focuses of her dissertation is parent-child relation in corruptor’s family. She conducts an internship in Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, joining Research Cluster Parent-Child Relation.