Countries in the Middle East and North Africa don’t typically score well in term of corruption. This column looks at anti-corruption strategies around the world to explore what might be done. Overall evidence points to an absence of monitoring as well as potential capture by governments and donors as the main reasons for the lack of success of such strategies.
Khalid SekkatUniversity of Brussels, Belgium
Khalid Sekkat is a Professor of Economics at University of Brussels and Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Technologies (Morocco). His research focuses on topics related to Institutional Economics, International Economics and Development Economics. He received his PhD. in Economics from University of Brussels. He is an ERF Research Fellow.