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  • Corruption and good governance

    Government should promote sustainable human development in ways that reduce disparities in income, well-being, education and opportunity among all people today - while keeping the best interests of future generations in minds. This UNDP discussion...

    UNDP. Management Development and Governance Division, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support

    New York (USA), UNDP, 1997

  • Anticorruption policy

    This paper outlines the Bank's position on anticorruption issues and recommends a number of concrete measures for establishing the Bank's anticorruption policy, whose main objective is to reduce the burden that widespread, systemic corruption exacts...

    Asian Development Bank

    Manila, ADB, 1998

  • A Handbook on fighting corruption

    This handbook presents a framework to assist USAID missions develop strategic responses to public corruption. The framework sets out root causes of corruption, identifies a range of institutional and societal reforms to address them, and introduces a...

    Swain, Diana, Dininio, P.

    Washington, USAID, 1999

  • NORAD's good governance and anti-corruption action plan 2000-2001

    The main goal of this Action Plan is to strengthen Norwegian assistance to partner countries' efforts to prevent and curb corruption within a context of good governance. The Action Plan has three main objectives: - Intensify Norwegian assistance to...

    NORAD

    Oslo, NORAD, 2000

  • Corruption in Nicaragua: analysis and suggestions for next steps

    This report addresses the state of corruption in Nicaragua, its historical roots and recent efforts by government (as well as donors and civil society) to address the issue. Additionally, this analysis briefly offers some suggestions on how donors...

    Langseth, Petter, Pezzullo, David

    Oslo, NORAD, 2000

  • Helping countries combat corruption. Progress at the World Bank since 1997

    This report puts into motion a chain of events that fundamentally reformed the way the Bank thinks about, and acts against, corruption. In its first part, it thus details the progress that the Bank has made building each of the four pillars of its...

    World Bank. Operational Core Service

    Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2000

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