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  • Social marketing strategies to fight corruption

    It is widely accepted that one of the most critical elements of a country's anti-corruption programe is the involvement of civil society but there is less agreement on how such involvement can be encouraged. Social marketing can make an important...

    Kindra, G. S., Stapenhurst, Rick

    Washington, EDI, 1998

  • Roads to nowhere: How corruption in public investment hurts growth

    Ribbon-cutting ceremonies marking the opening of investment projects, such as roads, dams, irrigation canals, power plants, ports, airports, schools, and hospital, are every politician's dream. The very act of cutting the ribbon seems to identify the...

    Tanzi, Vito, Davoodi, Hamid

    Washington, D.C., IMF, 1998

  • Clean future: anti-corruption action plan for Bulgaria

    This anti-corruption action plan has been developed within the framework of the Coalition 2000 process with the purpose of becoming part of the social agenda, as a broadly approved system of measures and actions for curbing the extremely dangerous...

    Coalition 2000 (Bulgaria)

    Sofia, Coalition 2000, 1998

  • Support to the government of Malawi's anti corruption Program

    In 1998, the World Bank undertook a mission to Malawi, at the request of its President, to examine ways to support its Government's program to improve economic governance and to reduce corruption. The mission's objectives were to assess the scope and...

    Workd Bank. Poverty Reduction and Social Development Unit, Africa Region (USA)

    Washington, World Bank, 1998

  • Corruption and integrity improvement initiatives in developing countries

    This book offers the view of eminent thinkers and practitioners on how to reduce and eventually eliminate corruption. It shows that, while helpful, democracy is by no means a cure for corruption, nor is economic liberalisation a panacea for ending...

    UNDP. Management Development and Governance Division

    New York (N.Y.), UNDP, 1998

  • Does corruption affect income inequality and poverty?

    Studies of the consequences of corruption have mainly focused on economic efficiency. This paper illustrates that corruption can also have distributional consequences. Corruption increases income inequality and poverty through lower economic growth...

    Gupta, Sanjeev, Davoodi, Hamid, Alonso-Terme, Rosa

    Washington D. C., IMF, 1998

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