Global Future Council on the Future of Good Governance

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Corruption costs the world economy approximately 5% of GDP, or $3.6 trillion, annually, and estimated monetary losses do not reflect the total cost of corrupt acts. In a context of large flows of cash to address energy/economy transition, and with additional conflict and disruption, how can transparency, accountability and good governance be ensured for an effective and just recovery?

Council Manager
Houssam Al Wazzan, Community Specialist, Partnering Against Corruption, Initiative (PACI), World Economic Forum

Marlen Heide, Community Lead, Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI), World Economic Forum

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