From Martin Wolf at FT:
For we must remember that bad though irresponsible and unaccountable wealth often is, an irresponsible and unaccountable state is far far worse.
From J. Bhagwati at Columbia University:
This is also why the work carried out at the World Bank on corruption, which is a bunch of statistics without nuanced conceptualization, is not merely unsound but also counterproductive and must be shut down by the developing countries which tend to become its unjustly maligned victims.
Both quotes could be found here.