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Blair Glencorse analyses the governance problems plaguing Nepal’s universities and argues for higher education to be made a crucial concern on the post-MDG agenda
The fight against money laundering has involved civil servants drafting reams of highly technical but ineffective regulations
Data must be available and user-friendly so that developing countries can follow the money, strengthen accountability and deliver improved development results
If corruption were punished by death - as it is in some cases in China - would you report the infraction?
Extractive transparency campaigners celebrate as the European Parliament signs off on a law to force companies to publish what they pay
Defence companies have historically not had a great reputation when it comes to combatting corruption but can that change?
More countries join movement for publishing corporate data to show how governments use natural resource wealth - part of broadening trend to combat corruption
From global efforts to crack down on money laundering to a botched FGM operation in Egypt, check out what our correspondents are reporting on this week
Illicit finance was once understood by few and ignored by many. No longer. Tax evasion is seen as unseemly, especially when illicit funds may well feed the world.
How phantom firms make it easy for corrupt officials, drug traffickers, fraudsters and terrorists to secretly move money around the globe
For many diplomats, news organisations and even other campaign groups, corruption is a word that is hard to utter
As buildings collapse, claiming lives, Tanzania's president blames corrupt procurement and tendering process - a problem even though Tanzania is member of Construction Sector Transparency Initiative.
Slowing forest loss will be difficult until the government addresses corruption, fighting and other problems
Pierre Landell-Mills, who spent most of his working life at the World Bank, writes in his new book Citizens Against Corruption that civil society organisations are the key to stamping out graft
As far as corrupt money and capital flight are concerned, it takes two to tango