Undercurrents: Financing for Developing Countries, and Investigative Journalism in West Africa

This week Agnes and Ben discuss how the global financial system is being experienced by developing countries, and hear about the perilous situation for investigative journalists in Ghana.

48 minute listen

David Lubin is head of emerging markets economics at Citi, and an associate fellow in the Global Economy & Finance department at Chatham House. His latest book, Dance of the Trillions, tells the story of what makes money flow from high-income countries to lower-income countries. Ben met up with David to find out more.

The February/March issue of The World Today features Agnes’s interview with Ghanian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. Hear the extended conversation, on how media can fight crime and corruption in Africa, as the second segment of this episode.

Find the book: Dance of the Trillions: Developing Countries and Global Finance

Read the interview.

Sound Editor: Jamie Reed, recorded and produced at Chatham House, London.

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