The Municipality of Milan (Italy) has supported a prize for graduates who examined corruption in Economics. The aim of the Administration is to commemorate adv. Giorgio Ambrosoli with corruption as subject of discussion. A total of three prizes of 5163 € each, will be assigned. The prizes will be awarded one per year.
Candidates must have produced a dissertation thesis pertaining financial ethics.The candidate must be graduated, or assistant professor. The subject of the thesis should cover a subject of corruption and bribery either in public life or in private business. Also theses containing relevant information about relationship between legal economy and criminal economy will be considered for this prize.