If we really want to fight corruption we must identify and measure crony capitalism


Cronyism is hard to measure but Alejandro Chafuen is making progress.

(From Forbes)

Given some of the efforts to combat corruption through stricter regulations and enforcement – especially the United States’ Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which can impact all companies who do business in the United States – the buying and selling of privileges has become more sophisticated. They can be disguised in many ways and are usually justified by authorities in the name of urgent need.

Reprinted from: https://www.ac2news.com/2020/01/if-we-really-want-to-fight-corruption-we-must-identify-and-measure-crony-capitalism/

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