Promoting Resilient Economies in the Western Balkans: Tackling Corrosive Capital at the Sectoral Level
CIPE Partner, the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD), held an event featuring the launch of a new Corrosive Capital report explaining the application of CSD’s Monitoring Anti-Corruption Policy Implementation methodology and how it can be used to identify potential common patterns of Corrosive Capital in the Western Balkans.
Corrosive Capital – Mitigating Corruption Risk of Non-Transparent Investments in Southeast Asia
CIPE Senior Program Officer Catherine Tai discusses how to mitigate Corrosive Capital and corruption risks in non-transparent investments in Southeast Asia during the 2021 International Anti-Corruption Conference.
Term “Corrosive Capital” Used in Woodrow Wilson Center Webinar
In the Woodrow Wilson Center webinar titled “Force Multipliers? US and Taiwanese Interests in Latin America” Julie Chung, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, used the CIPE term, Corrosive Capital when discussing foreign investment choices.
Democracy For Sale? Chinese Investment in the Western Balkans
CIPE and its partners held an event to discuss the impact of Chinese investment in the Western Balkans. The conversation examined four significant Chinese investments in the Western Balkans: copper mining in Serbia, Highway construction in North Macedonia and Montenegro, and Huawei IT infrastructure in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
US Senate Committee Hearing on Foreign Relations and Chinese Corrosive Capital Mention
A Senate Foreign Relations Full Committee Hearing titled, “Advancing US Engagement and Countering China in the Indo-Pacific and Beyond,” includes a mention of Corrosive Capital by Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Julie Chung.
Why Corrosive Capital is a Danger to the Future of Eastern Europe
During this event, CIPE Europe and Eurasia Regional Director Natalia Otel Belan presented a keynote speech, “How the world’s corrosive capital is destroying democracies.” The speech was followed by a presentation from the Center for Economic Strategy and was concluded with a public discussion on the danger of corrosive capital to Eastern Europe’s future.