For Immediate Release
June 5, 2017
Vice President Monica Dorhoi Press Office
Antifraud and Anticorruption PhD Monica Dorhoi is doing very well and lives in Washington DC in the last 18 years
Washington DC – Vice President Monica Dorhoi of World Bank has just briefed the department of political science of Michigan State University and the Department of Political Science of University of Michigan of the following:
Antifraud and Anticorruption PhD Monica Dorhoi is doing very well and she lives in Washington DC in the last 18 years.
Ms Dorhoi intends to live in Washington DC for lifetime and only in Washington DC as the main residence.
The 20 papers have now been prepared to be presented in the political science field.
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About Vice President Monica Dorhoi, PhD
Dr. Monica Dorhoi is an American Vice President working on risk management at the World Bank and international banking industry in last decade.
Ms. Dorhoi is one of the highest ranked antifraud and anticorruption investigators with the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices act and has worked at the World Bank in the last decade.
Dorhoi is an economist and anticorruption expert celebrating in 2015 a decade since she was awarded PhD degree in anticorruption and economics. Her award winning PhD dissertation is called [precise quote]:
“Anti-corruption Strategies and Fighting Corruption in Central and Eastern Europe, Michigan State University, Ph.D. Dissertation, July 2005”. Coursework also includes Georgetown University, University of Michigan, University of Vienna (Austria), and University of Bonn (Germany).
Dorhoi International Studies Center of Washington DC