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The Long War Against Corruption

Authors: Ben W. Heineman, Jr., and Fritz Heimann
May/June 2006
Foreign Affairs

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Corruption is widely acknowledged to distort markets, undermine the rule of law, damage government legitimacy, and hurt economic development. The global anticorruption movement has gained ground since the mid-1990s, but its key agents -- developed and developing countries, international organizations, and MNCs -- must do more to prevent and punish misbehavior systematically.

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