New Podcast Episode, Featuring Paul Lagunes

A new episode of KickBack: The Global Anticorruption Podcast is now available. This week’s episode features an interview with Paul Lagunes, Assistant Professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. In the interview, Paul and I discuss his forthcoming book, The Watchful Eye and the Cracking Whip: Experiments on Corruption and Inefficiency in the Americas, as well as the implications of recent political developments in Mexico, Brazil, and elsewhere in the Americas for the struggle against corruption.

You can find this episode, along with links to previous podcast episodes, at the following locations:

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1 thought on “New Podcast Episode, Featuring Paul Lagunes

  1. Great episode Professor Stephenson. Highly informative and interesting. I most particularly enjoyed the discussion regarding the current happenings in Mexico. I would be curious to learn more about interviewees’ reactions to the “paradox” of anticorruption reforms advanced by corrupt governments.

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