My colleague, Laurence Cooley, and I have just finished a book chapter on 'Corruption and Post-Conflict Reconstruction' for a forthcoming collection, and we wanted to compare three cases to see if any specific lessons can be drawn about what worked, what didn't and why. We chose Bad, Worse and Rock Bottom as our cases - … Continue reading Bags of gold as an anti-corruption strategy?
Month: March 2014
What I got up to this weekend instead of blogging
My husband is an archaeologist, and so we immersed our kids in his world instead of mine (I've yet to discover a good anti-corruption museum but always up for suggestions...no bonus points for 'Westminster'). We spent a rainy afternoon at the wonderful Corinium Museum in Cirencester, followed by a walk/run in Cirencester Park. I managed … Continue reading What I got up to this weekend instead of blogging