CGD’s Charles Kenny Discusses Corruption In Foreign Aid In NPR Interview, New Book

NPR: Is Corruption Really A Big Problem In Foreign Aid?
“…[In a new book, ‘Results Not Receipts: Counting The Right Things In Corruption,’ Charles Kenny has] come up with data showing that sometimes a group spends more money hunting down fraud than measuring whether the aid helped people. We spoke to Kenny, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development, to find out more…” (Gharib, 8/4).

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