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Beyond Governance: Understanding Corruption Opportunities and Networks in China’s BRI Projects in Central Asia

Cooley, Alexander A.

This article, part of the broader project on "Belt & Road in Global Perspective" at the Belt & Road in Global Perspective of the University of Toronto's Munck School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, explores some of the different types of corruption and governance challenges that characterize Chinese-funded development projects in Central Asia.

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Title
The Belt and Road in Global Perspective
Publisher
Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto
URL
https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/beltandroad/article/beyond-governance-understanding-corruption-opportunities-and-networks-in-chinas-bri-projects-in-central-asia/

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Academic Units
Political Science (Barnard College)
Harriman Institute
Published Here
November 29, 2021

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KEYWORDS: BRI, Belt and Road Initiative, corruption networks, governance, corruption and accountability, Chinese aid