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Photo Credit: CIPE On the latest edition of CIPE’s Democracy that Delivers podcast, Shruti Shah, President and CEO of the Coalition for Integrity, discusses the growing demand for ethics & accountability around the world, and the role of the Coalition as they execute their mission. Shah illustrates her lifelong commitment to fighting corruption, and elaborates… Read More

Photo Credit: Vinnytsia City Council Corruption in the public sector is a common problem, and exists all over the world. Zimbabwe, Saudi Arabia, China, Brazil, and many other countries suffering from endemic corruption are often saddled with complex bureaucracies, which allow corrupt officials to extract vast sums of wealth from citizens in exchange for processing services… Read More

For a market to exist, you must have demand and supply, or someone willing to buy and someone willing to sell goods or services. For corruption to exist, you must have someone willing to bribe and someone willing to take a bribe. I am going to discuss how, in West Africa, the demand side of… Read More

On CIPE’s Democracy that Delivers podcast this week, Italian whistleblower Andrea Franzoso talks about the difficult decision he made to expose corruption in his company and the impact this had on his personal and professional life. Franzoso discusses how he came across evidence of wrongdoing by the company’s president, the reaction to his revelations internally, and his eventual… Read More

Embed from Getty Images In early January, Norway’s sovereign wealth fund decided to divest its entire stake — approximately $11.37 million — in the Chinese company ZTE because the company is facing corruption allegations in 18 countries, 11 of which have launched formal investigations. The move by the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund followed an… Read More

Did you know that public procurement — goods and services bought by governments — accounts for around one-fifth of global GDP? Or that in most high-income economies public procurement takes up a third of total public spending, and in developing countries even more – about half? These figures represent a significant share of national wealth…. Read More

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