Mitigating Governance Risks From Investment in Southeast Asia
May 19, 2020 | A Study of Chinese Capital Flows to Six Countries.
Channeling the Tide: Protecting Democracies Amid a Flood of Corrosive Capital
September 18, 2018 | CIPE uses the term “corrosive capital”™ to more clearly label financing that lacks transparency, accountability, and market orientation flowing from authoritarian regimes
New CIPE Paper Spotlights Alarming Trend
September 17, 2018 | Mounting evidence of foreign investments exploit fragile and emerging democratic states by taking advantage of weak institutions and poor governance structures.
The Governance of Financial Assistance in the Infrastructure Sector in Argentina
April 16, 2020 | The Governance of Financial Assistance in the Infrastructure Sector in Argentina: International Aid Flows a final report published in 2018 by CIPPEC.
A New Invisible Hand: Authoritarian Corrosive Capital and the Repurposing of Democracy
April 1, 2020 | This report explores the issue of corrosive capital from authoritarian regimes that undermine democratic processes and institutions in the receiving countries—and outlines what an interconnected, interdisciplinary response could look like.
Helsinki Briefing: It’s All About the Money – Corruption as a Brake on Balkan Recovery
December 5, 2019 | Martina Hrvolova and partners from the Balkans present statements at a briefing hosted by the U.S. Helsinki Commission on Capitol Hill, on December 3rd 2019.
Democracy That Delivers #151: Corrosive Capital and Putin’s Dark Ecosystem with Brian Whitmore
November 26, 2019 | Brian Whitmore, Martina Hrvolova, and Ken Jaques discuss Russian malign influence campaigns and how they are developed to undermine democracies.
Democracy That Delivers #177: Josh Rudolph on Malign Finance Loopholes in Party Financing
November 26, 2019 | Martina Hrvolova and Josh Rudolph discuss the issue of party financing from foreign sources, focusing on some country examples and channels.