Corruption undermines democratic institutions, slows economic development and contributes to governmental instability. An endemic problem across the developed and developing world, corruption poses a major challenge to policy makers and governments worried about maintaining legitimacy.
So how do we fight corruption? The answer is far from clear. As David Ondracka notes, you close one hole only to discover that two new ones have opened.
That’s why on Thursday, November 21st, leaders of government, civil society, and the private sector came together at CERGE-EI to discuss innovative anti-corruption solutions and lessons learned.
See the speakers and watch the full event (including lecture slides) in the link below!: