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  • 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

  • Ethiopia anti corruption report

    This report centers on a multi-disciplinary World Bank mission to Ethiopia in 1997, at the request of the Government of Ethiopia, to examine ways to support the Government's program to improve economic governance and to combat corruption. The mission...

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

    Washington, World Bank, 1998

  • Using surveys for public sector reform

    Data that can be used to inform policy decisions are typically scarce in low-income countries, where standard policy prescriptions are less likely to apply. But if strategically designed, a survey can help induce policy change by pointing directly to...

    Reinikka, Ritva

    Washington, World Bank, 1999

  • Robbed: an investigation of corruption in Philippine education

    The Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS) provides a classic case of corruption in the Philippines. Nearly all forms of corruption described in academic texts can be found in the department: from low-level bureaucratic corruption to high...

    Chua, Yvonne T.

    Quezon City (Philippines), PCIJ, 1999

  • Prevention: an effective tool to reduce corruption

    This paper outlines the basis and set of tool required to advance anti-corruption reform. Economic and social progress, the rule of law under good governance, democratic values, and strong civil society are discussed as some of the basic...

    Langseth, Petter

    Vienna, UNODCCP, 1999

  • 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

  • No longer business as usual: fighting bribery and corruption

    Not so long ago, bribing public officials in foreign countries to obtain business deals was, if not an acceptable, at least a tolerated business practice in many OECD countries. In the new millenium, the OECD and associated governments, which account...

    OECD

    Paris, OECD, 2000

  • Reducing corruption at the local level

    Corruption ranks, together with effective democratic representation, as the most important problem facing local governments. The challenge facing local governments is to develop innovative ways of building effective, accountable, and transparent...

    Gonzalez de Asis, Maria

    Washington, World Bank, 2000

  • Progress in the fight against corruption in Asia and the Pacific

    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...

    Asian Development Bank

    Manila, ADB, 2001

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