This congressionally mandated report summarizes SIGAR's audits and investigative activities.
This first ever annual report from IATI reviews the performance of this bold initiative and offers its plans for the future.
This study from CGD assesses the impact that recovering money from corrupt officials could have on a country's future development.
In this working paper from The World Bank, Phillip Keefer examines the role of collective action in conflict situations.
The Russian economy lost at least US$211.5 billion in illicit financial outflows from 1994 to 2011. These outflows represent the proceeds of crime, corruption, and tax evasion, and have serious negative consequences for the Russian economy.
A United Nations report finds that $3.9 billion was spent on bribes in 2012, twice the country's domestic revenue, and 40 percent more than the amount paid in bribes in 2009.
In this paper from the Milken Institute, Stephan Haggard and Marcus Noland examine the current and future state of affairs in North Korea.
Steven Levitsky and Lucan A. Way explore the patronage dynamics in African politic and argue that institutionalized party patronage is an ineffective source of elite cohesion
In this report from the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Haiti is discussed.
In this report from the Usalama Project at the Rift Valley Institute, Jason Stearns illuminates the conflict in Eastern Congo including the conflict’s main actors and their interests.