HKS Affiliated Authors

Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy


Comments: Dani Rodrik and James E. Rauch. Dani Rodrik, 2016, Book Chapter, "The fascinating papers in part I of this book focus on the causes and consequences of corruption, primarily from a domestic perspective. We learn that corruption is a multifaceted and complex phenomenon, that it is often deeply rooted in the politics of a country, and that it is measurably costly in terms of foregone investment and growth opportunities as well as in terms of equity." Link