Celia Moore is currently an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the London Business School in London, England. She received her PhD from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto in 2008, after earning a BA in Philosophy from McGill University and a Master's in Public Administration from Columbia University. Her research focuses on how corruption and unethical behaviour is facilitated for individuals, groups, and organizations, and on the unexpected reasons why corruption is so persistent. During the fellowship, she will be focused on two projects. One uses a multiyear sample of State Patrol records which allow us to study the impact of leadership change on officer discretion in drunk driving enforcement. The second uses a proprietary sample from the U.S. Sentencing Commission of several hundred firms criminally convicted in federal courts over an 11 year period of is to examine how firms endeavor to re-establish their legitimacy after episodes of corruption, and whether those steps are effective.