The dilemma for aid givers is that those that need it most are usually nontransparent countries where funds often end up in the wrong pockets by Susan Rose-Ackerman The most needy countries are often the most corrupt. That puts international financial institutions (IFIs) in a difficult bind. Because of the need for accountability to donors, […]

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