Anna Griffin outlines how a new project by Transparency International Australia will identify the loopholes that enable corruption to thrive in the infrastructure sector in the Asia-Pacific region
Blog by Jeroen Michels, Samuel Brown and Balázs Gyimesi, Public Sector Integrity Division, Directorate for Public Governance, OECD Corruption can derail us from going places – both in transport infrastructure and socio-economic development. Infrastructure is key to facilitating trade, but also to better health care and education, water supply systems, and waste treatment facilities. The … Continue reading The integrity road: fighting corruption in infrastructure in Asia-Pacific
With Asian companies now the world’s largest users of public equity financing, OECD's Mats Isaksson looks at what this means for the global integration of Asian capital markets and the international corporate governance dialogue.