Anticorruption strategy for DFID
Organization : UK. Dept for International Development
Imprint : Bergen, Utstein Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, 2002
Collation : 23 p.
Notes : Incl. app., bibliographical notes and references
This DFID policy paper investigates the causes and effects of corruption on the development process and proposes a holistic global strategy for combating corruption involving action in a number of area. These include: supporting poorer states committed to effective anti-corruption strategies; driving out bribery from international trade, business and procurement; deterring money laundering of funds corruptly acquired in developing countries; and protecting development assistance from corruption. In recognising that the interests of developed countries play a part in corruption, the paper underlines that particular responsibility arises from action taken by their citizens and companies.
- Anti-corruption strategies, Civil society, Corporate sector, Corruption, Bribery, Development aid, Economic and social development, Finance, Use of funds, Governance, Poverty, Procurement
Africa, Americas and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific, Europe
Argentina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, India, Kenya, Poland, Russian Federation, Tanzania UR, Uganda, Ukraine