Democracy That Delivers #237: Interview with FT Journalist Tom Burgis, Author of Kleptopia
Listen now to hear more about how Burgis’ “nonfiction thriller” breaks down the technical complexity of foreign corruption and money laundering into the human stories of four individuals at the nexus of foreign kleptocracy.
Democracy That Delivers #236: Confronting the World’s Humanitarian Crisis
In this podcast, Frank Vogl discusses how now more than ever, transparency and accountability are needed on infrastructure investments, which longer-term will be essential to rebuilding economies.
Tackling Corruption in the Nigerian Ports — A story of collective action highs, lows, and wins
Money lost because of illicit financial flows at ports weighs very heavily on the economy of a country that as of May 2020 projects to borrow more than $14.1 billion USD to finance the 2020 budget.
Strengthening Ethical Conduct & Business Integrity: A Guide for Companies in Emerging Markets
CIPE’s Anti-Corruption and Governance Center is condensing decades of lessons learned from thousands of overseas programs into a single guidebook designed to support ethical business practices.
Democracy That Delivers #235: Beyond Naming & Shaming: Anti-Corruption in the Era of Deglobalization and Pandemic
Deglobalization, nationalism, and the global COVID-19 pandemic are challenging efforts to fight corruption. We are joined this week by an anti-corruption veteran, thought leader, and chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery, Dragos Kos.
Democracy That Delivers #232: Business Integrity in Time of Crisis and Beyond
In this podcast we are joined by Katya Lysova, Program Officer for Europe and Eurasia, and Michele Crymes, Program Officer for the Anti-Corruption and Governance Center, to discuss CIPE’s new business integrity guide.