Paul Collier's "twinning approach" adopted in anti-corruption strategy led by UK government

Monday, 16 May 2016

As part of the Anti Corruption Summit led by the UK Prime Minister David Cameron, the UK government is to lead a new international network of partnerships between countries and institutions to tackle corruption, "drawing on expert development economist Professor Sir Paul Collier’s “twinning” approach". The new ‘Institutional Integrity Network’ will see countries partnering up to share high professional standards and best practice in vital areas of government and in professional associations (including tax, budgets, natural resource management and accountancy).