Who to punish: India’s chief economic adviser wants to legalise some kinds of bribe-giving

 July 22nd 2011 | from the print edition of ‘The Economist’ (With permission) CORRUPTION conjures up images of shadowy deals among lobbyists, corporations and crooked government officials. But it is often more mundane, as officials demand bribes even to deliver routine public services. Figures from Gallup, a pollster, reveal just how widespread such corruption is […]

Ghanaian Civil Society Activists Join Forces Against Fake & Counterfeit Drugs

  Friday, October 16, 2009 While it is true that not all substandard medicines come from counterfeit sources, and that poor handling of legitimate medicines can corrupt them, substandard medicines are just as dangerous to consumers and patients. As recently as 2008, Ofori Kwakye, Asantewaa and Gaye, Researchers at Kwame Nkrumah Univ. of Science & […]