Corruption and private, state-backed debts in Mozambique: What can external actors do?
What are the main implications for the effectiveness of anti-corruption policies and practices of recent evidence regarding corruption and private, state-backed debts in Mozambique? This project will develop a U4 Issue Paper asking what external actors - including partners in official development cooperation, financial sector regulatory and investigatory authorities, private financial and lending institutions, multilateral financing institutions, and civil society organizations – can do both to alleviate the problems the Mozambican cases appear to create and to try to prevent their recurrence.
This project is part of a broader SDC Framework Contract with U4-CMI.
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