Developing Strategies to Fight Corruption

How can developing nations fight systemic corruption? Pepperdine University’s Robert Klitgaard recently examined case studies in Greece, Argentina, Thailand, and countries around the globe. Klitgaard’s lecture, sponsored by the Charles Koch Foundation, is part of a series exploring economic development issues.

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