Welcome to the Conduct Costs Project
“The Conduct Costs Project is the first Associated Research Project of the CCP Research Foundation. It is "inherited” from the work done at the LSE Conduct Costs Project and continues and expands the work (with substantially the same team) started at London School of Economics. This project has received great support from a wide range of parties and the enthusiasm of its research team is undiminished. We very much hope that the setting up of the Foundation will encourage further research that, like the Conduct Costs Project, produces findings of a "concrete" and accessible nature in the notoriously "fuzzy" areas occupied by questions of trust, ethics and conduct."
Roger McCormick, Director of the Conduct Costs Project
The Conduct Costs Project Association
The CCP Research Foundation has formed a new association, The Conduct Costs Project Association, for those who want to have access to the detailed data of the Conduct Costs Project, plus other benefits. Click here to find out more.