Author: Rachel Grossman

Corruption imposes significant economic and social costs on development across all sectors, undercutting both democratic governance and economic prosperity. To solve this immense global problem, the development community and the private sector will need to work together to target the sources of corruption To this end, USAID’s Governance and Rule of Law Program released a… Read More

Visit, our new site just for anti-corruption compliance in emerging and frontier markets. “Among a people generally corrupt, liberty cannot long exist.” – Edmund Burke Until recently, corruption has been accepted and treated as a cultural norm in countries across the world. Increasingly, thanks to the efforts of organizations like Transparency International (TI) and a range of business… Read More