In focus: How to tackle corruption in the electricity sector
Limited access to electricity consumption affects the well-being of large, diverse segments of the population, and invites inefficient and environmentally damaging practices such as a reliance on costly and polluting technologies. SOAS-ACE researchers are looking at the lack of sufficient and reliable electricity – one of the most critical bottlenecks to transformation and business investments in developing countries.
- Blog: Addressing collusive contracting in Bangladesh’s electricity
- Briefing Paper: The potential of small and medium enterprises: Off-grid solutions to corruption in Nigeria’s electricity sector
- Blog: Beirut blast: restoring power is important, but so is restoring trust
- Podcast: Risk reduction as anti-corruption to power up the electricity