Corruption

The true cost of corruption is higher than you might realise

Research has found that resource-rich countries, on average, have weaker institutions and higher corruption. Image: REUTERS/Murad Sezer

Vitor Gaspar

Director of the Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

Paolo Mauro

Deputy Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

Paulo Medas

Deputy Division Chief, IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department

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