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On paper we have made great strides in fighting corruption. Nonetheless, citizens feel a disconnect. Why?
Fighting graft in a challenging context is all about creative, positive ideas led by the next generation.
Institutional corruption has undermined attempts to manage air pollution in Mexico City.
When multinationals and wealthy individuals don't pay their fair share of taxes in Africa, it robs the continent of resources that could transform the lives of millions.
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E-procurement could save money and prevent corruption.
Advances in technology have led to unprecedented, rapid access to vast amounts of data on societies, the economy and the environment. To keep up with this, governments, organizations, and...
The oil and gas industry is one of the least trusted. How can it rectify that?
Imagine being the general counsel of a multinational company and you learn that an overzealous employee has violated the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act, or any num...
This article is part of a World Economic Forum series of interviews with CEOs from our PACI community, which aims to rebuild trust, transparency and integrity in business.
Once considered to be a country ripe with potential for growth, investment and productivity, recent corruption scandals and public distrust have lowered confidence and had a negative impa...
The problem of corruption will never be definitively solved – but me must never stop fighting it.