Manuel Balán is Associate Professor of Political Science and International Development at McGill University.
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From March to July 2020, during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic, corruption scandals emerged related to overpricing in state purchases of artificial respirators (Mexico, Bolivia), body bags (Ecuador), ambulances (Colombia), chinstraps (Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador), food (Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador) and many other products. Despite the exceptional context [...]
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