Interviews

A Question of Integrity – The World Bank’s Fight Against Corruption

“You don’t always need a million people to win a war” You’ve been the Integrity Vice President of the World Bank Group since June 2008. Looking back at your World Bank career to date, is there anything you would have done differently? You know, I hope it doesn’t sound arrogant when I say “nothing”. Maybe

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Changing the City Hall – The Story of La Paz

Mr. Abaroa, before we go into some detailed questions about anti-corruption and local governance, we would like to ask you the following – if you were to give only one piece of advice to the anti-corruption community, what would that be? Corruption is a symptom, not a cause. Trying to fight corruption is like chasing

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