Profiting from corruption: The role and responsibility of financial institutions
This U4 Brief assesses how banks facilitate illicit capital flows from developing countries. The shortcomings of the existing regulatory frameworks are discussed, and recommendations are made for donor governments on what can be done to curb the flow of corrupt money out of the developing world.
Financial intermediaries – Anti-money laundering allies in cash-based societies?
The role of donors in the recovery of stolen assets
Gretta Fenner Zinkernagel, Pedro Gomes Pereira, Francesco De Simone
Impact of foreign bribery legislation on developing countries and the role of donor agencies
The historical roots of cooperative behavior—Evidence from eastern Congo
Alexander De Juan, Carlo Koos
Kriser og kriger – er det bruk for oss nå?
Norsk antropologisk tidsskrift
Diversification and Development,or “White Elephants”? Transport in Angola’s Lobito Corridor
Ana Duarte, Fernando Pacheco, Regina Santos, Elling N. Tjønneland
National-level corruption risks and mitigation strategies in the implementation of REDD+ in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: An overview of the current situation
Corruption, évitement fiscal, blanchiment dans le secteur extractif: de l'art de jouer avec le droit
Social accountability and water integrity: Learning from experiences with participatory and transparent budgeting in Ethiopia and Nepal
Birke Otto, Floriane Clement, Binayak Das, Hari Dhungana, Lotte Feuerstein, Girma Senbeta, Jasmina Van Driel
‘Kenyapowerless’ – Corruption as 'Problem Solving' in Kenya's Periphery
Festus Boamah, David Aled Williams