The cornerstone of any effective anti-corruption movement is the widespread conviction that systemic corruption is not inevitable – that it can change. That we can change it. That we actually don’t have to live with it.… Continue Reading
Given the astonishing global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the question must be asked – how did this happen? And how can we stop it from happening again? Tackling the illegal wildlife trade will be critical and companies across key sectors have an important role to play.… Continue Reading
We should all anticipate — with optimism but also serious preparation — a post-quarantine return to business, and appreciate that a return to “normal” business will actually mean in practice a period of frenetic efforts to make up for lost time and lost revenue, with accordingly severe demands on compliance professionals.… Continue Reading
In a recent FCPA Blog post, William Weaver argued that “actual corruption is essentially unmeasurable,” and that “our imperfect measurements of corruption, even more accurate random forced response surveys, have found only a noisy relationship between perceptions of corruption and its reality.”… Continue Reading
For those interested in the study of corruption from the scientific perspective one thing stands out: actual corruption is essentially unmeasurable.
It could also be observed that our imperfect measurements of corruption, even more accurate random forced response surveys, have found only a noisy relationship between perceptions of corruption and its reality.… Continue Reading
This post — Part 1 of a three-part series — reviews some statistics on women’s experience with corruption — as reported by women in eight developing countries — and considers some reasons for the disparate impact on them.… Continue Reading