I have conducted ethnographic research on several anti-corruption actors in Albania, including local activists, investigative television shows, prosecutors, and whistleblowers. I have explored how local and global discourses, measurements, and representations of corruption are produced and deployed by these actors. This research has brought me into interdisciplinary collaborations with legal scholars and practitioners.

In 2016, I participated in the Wenner Gren Symposium on the Anthropology of Corruption, organized by Sarah Muir and Akhil Gupta. I contributed the article “Corruption, Right On! Hidden Cameras, Cynical Satire, and Banal Intimacies of Anti-Corruption” in the special issue from this symposium, published in Current Anthropology.