By Julie T. Katzman, Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of the IDB, and Vivian Ellen Roza. 2015 featured a number of high-profile corruption scandals with catchy names in Latin America – from The Carwash in Brazil to La Linea in Guatemala. Three of these scandals happened in countries with female presidents: Argentina, Brazil and Chile. To some, this raises a … [Read more...] about Does corruption have a gender?
Para leer en español, haz click aquí Did you know that truly successful leaders of Fortune 500 companies spend 57% of their time building networks? And they are right. Studies show that building relationships and forming part of a formal or informal professional network is the unwritten rule to professional advancement. People that are connected have access to diverse skill … [Read more...] about Are you a woman working in the public sector? Discover the 5 best networking sites
Para leer en español, haz clic aquí Follow @luanaozemela Follow @vivianro17 Last year the IDB hosted the screening and panel discussion of Madame Presidenta: Why not US?, a documentary that asks what would it take to elect a female President in the US, like Brazil did in 2010. Recent data about the 2014 Brazilian election suggests another question: is Brazil the example to … [Read more...] about The effects of money, gender and race on electoral success