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  • Public sector transparency and accountability: making it happen

    This publication presents the papers discussed at the Latin American Forum on Ensuring Transparency and Accountability in the Public Sector that took place on 5-6 December 2001. The Forum brought together more than 450 ministers, senators, senior...


    Paris, OECD, 2002

  • Corruption and the future of the public service in Africa

    Corruption is a formidable challenge to the public service in Africa. Corruption has not only eroded the public service's established principales such as merit, neutrality, equality, accountability and representativeness but also its legitimacy or...

    Ayee, Joseph

    Accra, University of Ghana, 2002

  • Good governance: rule of law, transparency, and accountability

    Improved governance requires an integrated, long-term strategy built upon cooperation between government and citizens. It involves both participation and institutions. The Rule of Law, Accountability, and Transparency are technical and legal issues...

    Johnston, Michael


  • Public expenditure tracking and facility surveys: a general note on methodology

    Public Expenditure Tracking Surveys (PETS) are quantitative exercises that trace the flow of resources from origin to destination and determine the location and scale of anomaly. This note by World Bank gives a summary of the steps involved in such a...

    Waglé, Swarnim, Shah, Parmesh

    Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2002

  • Texts on corruption prevention

    The German Federal Government Directive concerning the Prevention of Corruption in the Federal Administration, dated 17 June 1998, is intended to help in the effort of combating corruption. The Directive is intended as a guideline to explain the...

    Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (Germany)

    Bonn, BMZ, 2002

  • Anticorruption strategy for DFID

    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...

    UK. Dept for International Development

    Bergen, Utstein Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, 2002

  • The Global programme against corruption: anti-corruption toolkit

    The technical cooperation activities facilitated by the Crime Programme under the framework of the Global Programme against Corruption (GPAC) are supported by a modular approach that draws from a broad set of anti-corruption policies and measures, or...

    New York, United Nations, 2002

  • Rethinking non-accountability and corruption in Botswana

    Popular perceptions of Botswana as a shining example of liberal democracy in Africa are misguided. Its political system favours one party and one president, and that predominant party has been in power since 1966. It is an elitist arrangement that...

    Good, Kenneth

    Africa Insight, 2002

  • World Development Report 2002: Building institutions for markets

    Market reforms have had a mixed record at promoting growth, increasing productivity and alleviating poverty in developing countries across the world: from considerable success in some parts of East Asia, Latin America and Central Europe to...

    World Bank

    New York, Oxford University Press, 2002

  • Mainstreaming poverty reducation

    The theme of the 2002 CGI mid-year review was "progress on reducing poverty". The agenda was an array of issues that require attention in order to reduce poverty substantially in Indonesia. At the CGI November 2001, a summary document recorded an...

    World Bank.Working Group on Poverty Reducation (USA)

    Jakarta, World Bank, 2002

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