Type to search

An interview with World Development Report co-director Luis Felipe López Calva By Élida Bustos At a time when the sewage of corruption sweeps through the government of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff, and in Argentina the dirty dishes from the previous administration fill pages and pages of newspapers, a group of economists from the World Bank is quietly working to systematize procedures to help reduce the bad habits of public administration. Leading the research is economist Luis Felipe López-Calva. When he speaks of fighting corruption,he always thinks in terms of “capacity building,” whether it be of officials or the State itself, but […]
To read this post, you must purchase a Latin Trade Business Intelligence Subscription.

You Might also Like

Scroll to top of page