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