Governing Conflict of Interest

On spurt of corruption cases and situations wherein the professional ability of the decision-maker to take an independent and objective decision in the larger public interest entrusted is likely to be seriously compromised due to competing interests of the decision-makers. And situations where appointing relatives and friends to positions of influence and power is a commonplace phenomenon by all political leaders, Rajesh Tandon – President of PRIA rightly states that in the culture of governance of public and private institutions in India, there is hardly any understanding or appreciation of conflict of interest

Read his blog at where he expresses his opinion about the pressing need of  reforming governance in India today, where recognizing and dealing with conflicts of interests is likely to be most critical. 


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