Progress in the fight against corruption in Asia and the Pacific

Auteur(s) : 
Asian Development Bank
Organisation(s) : 
Asian Development Bank; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Editeur : Manila, ADB, 2001
Pagination : 256 p.
Collection : Conference Papers and Proceedings
Notes : Incl. list of participants, executive summary

This book assembles the papers presented during the joint ADB/OECD Conference on Combating Corruption in the Asian and Pacific region, held in Seoul, Korea in December 2000.The Seoul conference identified priorities for a successful fight against corruption, including promoting good governance through legal, institutional, and administrative reforms; strengthening the rule of law promoting integrity in business operations; developing proactive strategies to promote citizens' participation in anti-corruption efforts. Against this background, this publication provides a review of successful anti-corruption strategies already in place and explores and analyzes new approaches. Furthermore, it aims to foster the sharing of information and experience and to strengthen coordination and cooperation among key players in the fight against corruption.

Accès à l'information, Presse, Stratégies de lutte contre la corruption, Système judiciaire, Cadre juridique, Société civile, Secteur des entreprises, Corruption, Pots-de-vin, Fraude, Développement économique et social, Gestion de l'éducation, Administration locale, Gouvernance, Intégrité, Organisations non gouvernementales, Marchés publics, Secteur public
Asie et Pacifique
Australie, Japon, Nouvelle Zélande , Pakistan