Less sanctions, more prevention to fight corruption in global development

Recent research suggests that prevention and awareness campaigns arguably do more for anti-corruption efforts than legal repercussions. Experts weighed in on the issue last week during the World Bank's annual meetings in Washington, D.C.

About the author

  • Molly Anders

    Molly Anders is a former U.K. correspondent for Devex. Based in London, she reports on development finance trends with a focus on British and European institutions. She is especially interested in evidence-based development and women’s economic empowerment, as well as innovative financing for the protection of migrants and refugees. Molly is a former Fulbright Scholar and studied Arabic in Syria, Jordan, Egypt and Morocco.