The Global corruption report 2005

Autor(es): 
Transparency International
Entidad(es): 
Transparency International
Editor: Berlin, TI, 2005
Paginación: 325 p.
Notas: Incl. annexes, bibliographical references, tables, figures

The 2005 Global Corruption Report focuses on corruption in construction and post-conflict reconstruction. It includes expert reports on: post-conflict reconstruction, with a detailed analysis of corruption in Iraq; the mechanisms of corruption in construction projects, from infrastructure development in Lesotho to public services in Germany; the economic cost of corruption in infrastructure; the environmental risks of corruption in construction; corruption on the fault line: earthquake destruction in Italy, Turkey and worldwide; and, the role of multilateral development banks and export credit agencies in financing corruption. It also includes: a detailed assessments of the state of corruption in 40 countries; details of Transparency International's Minimum Standards for Public Contracting and their Integrity Pact; the Business Principles for Countering Bribery in Construction; as well as the latest corruption related research, including studies on the links between corruption and other global issues, such as pollution, gender and foreign investment.

Rendición de cuentas, Construcción y equipamiento escolares / universitarios, Sector empresarial, Corrupción, Sobornos, Ayuda al desarrollo, Desarrollo económico y social, Gestión educacional, Administración central, Finanzas, Género, Gobernabilidad, Integridad, Convenciones internacionales, Organizaciones no gubernamentales, Sector público, Transparencia
International
Argentina, Azerbaiyán, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brasil, Reino Unido, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Camerún, Canadá, China, Colombia, Congo, Costa Rica, Croacia, República Checa, Georgia, Alemania, Grecia, India, Indonesia, Italia, Irlandia, Japón, Kenia, Letonia, Lesoto, Mexico, Nicaragua, Noruega, Palestina, Panamá, Perú, Polonia, Rumania, Federación de Rusia, Eslovaquia, Sri Lanka, Turquía, Vanuatu, Zimbabwe, Irak