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Transparency International USA and the Center for Global Development presented the launch of the Transparency International Global Corruption Report 2006: Corruption and Health
Speakers: Rafael DiTella - Professor, Harvard Business School Maureen Lewis - Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development Magnus Lindelow (invited)- Economist, Human Development Sector, World Bank Ted Moran - Non-Resident Fellow, Center for Global Development and Professor, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service Gloria Steele - Deputy Assistant Administrator, Global Health, U.S. Agency for International Development
Introductions and Moderator: Nancy Boswell - Managing Director, Transparency International USA
The 5th edition of the Transparency International Global Corruption Report focuses on the health sector, where lack of integrity can be a matter of life and death. Topics include the risks and scale of corruption in different systems, high-level corruption in Costa Rica, counterfeit medicines in Nigeria, health care fraud in the United States, conflicts of interest in the pharmaceutical chain, and corruption in the fight against HIV/AIDS. For more information on the report: http://www.globalcorruptionreport.org/.