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  • Corruption in Latvia: survey evidence

    This report presents the main findings of Latvia's diagnostic corruption surveys. As this report is based on survey evidence, it focuses primarily on lower level of corruption in the public sector. The survey evidence suggests that corruption in...

    Anderson, James

    Washington D.C., 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

  • How bad governance impedes poverty alleviation in Bangladesh

    In 1995/96, 47.5 percent of the population of Bangladesh were still living below the poverty line. This paper argues that the persistence of poverty in Bangladesh originates less in the lack of resources than in the failures of governance. These...

    Sobhan, Rehman

    Paris, OECD, 1998

  • New frontiers in diagnosing and combating corruption

    Corruption is problematic when policies encourage it and institutional controls are weak. Diagnosing corruption, and understanding its causes and consequences, allows countries to overcome their policy and institutional weaknesses and implement...

    Kaufmann, Daniel, Pradhan, Sanjay, Ryterman, Randi

    Washington, World Bank, 1998

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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