February 22, 2013Doug Hadden
Doug Hadden, VP Products
We’re on the front-lines helping those governments with political will to improve fiscal transparency and accountability. I encountered this recent Ted talk from Afra Raymond on the
We started a Three Myths about Corruption: Some Lessons from Trinidad. He speaks about his experience with freedom of information, transparency and corruption. Well worth viewing to gain a good perspective, especially if you don’t view corruption as a serious governance problem today.
I was most strucl by Mr. Raymond’s corruption calculation :
The other important food for thought, in my view, was the contribution of “government to government” funding relations to overall corruption.
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