Robin Hodess

Director of Policy and Research, Transparency International

Dr. Robin Hodess, Transparency International's Director of Policy and Research since December 2003, joined the organization in June 2000 to manage TI's flagship publication, the Global Corruption Report. She came to Berlin from New York, where, since 1998 she had been a program officer for the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, responsible for the Council's Justice and the World Economy program on economic globalization.

Prior to this, she taught media and politics at the Free University Berlin and Leipzig University (1997-98) and served as assistant director for international security programs at the Center for War, Peace and the News Media at New York University (1992-94).

Ms. Hodess holds a Ph.D. and Master of Philosophy in international relations form Cambridge University (UK) and a B.A. in history from the University of Pennsylvania (USA).

Featured Work

Cover image, Global Corruption Report 2009

SEP 21, 2009 Article

Policy Innovations Digital Magazine (2006-2016): Innovations: Under the Cover: Global Corruption Report 2009

Policy Innovations interviews Robin Hodess of Transparency International on her organization's brand new Global Corruption Report 2009, which this year focuses on corruption and the private ...