Challenging Orthodoxy on Governance and Corruption:
Lessons from Worldwide Empirics
Held on February 1st, 2008
at Johns Hopkins SAIS
Governance is a subject of growing importance in the literature on development and economic growth. At the same time, measurements of governance and their practical policy implications have never been more controversial. Daniel Kaufmann, Director of Global Governance at the World Bank Institute, discussed the analytics, empirics, and implications of the ongoing efforts in measuring governance. His presentation also showcased applications of the empirical work and addressed some of the debated issues in this evolving field.
Further information on the Worldwide Governance Indicators (WGI): www.govindicators.org
Challenging Orthodoxy on Governance and Corruption Presentation
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