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  • Equity issues in public examinations in developing countries

    Public examinations in developing countries play a critical role in the selection of students for participation in the educational system. The exams dictate what is taught, how it is taught, and what is and is not learned. They are academic, have...

    Greaney, Vincent, Kellaghan, Thomas

    Washington, D.C., World Bank, 1995

  • Uganda's recovery: the role of farms, firms, and government

    In this chapter, Reinikka demonstrates that increasing public access to information has reduced inefficiency and corruption in Uganda. The survey from which her conclusions are drawn shows that budget allocations matter little when institutions are...

    Reinikka, Ritva, Collier, Paul

    Washington, World Bank, 2001

  • 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

  • Are larger countries really more corrupt?

    Several authors claim to provide evidence that government corruption is less severe in small rather than large countries. Knack and Azfar demonstrate in this book that this relationship is an artifact of sample selection. Most corruption indicators...

    Knack, Stephen, Azfar, Omar

    Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2000

  • 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

  • Fraud and education: the worm in the apple

    Dishonesty and chicanery are nothing new to education. What is new, perhaps, are the ways in which these imperfections permeate education credentialing and how they have flourished with the invention of new technologies and changes in consumer...

    Noah, Harold J., Eckstein, Max A.

    Lanham (Md.), Rowman & Littlefield, 2001

  • The Causes of corruption: a cross-national study

    Why is corruption - defined here as the misuse of public office for private gain - perceived to be more widespread in some countries than others? Different theories associate cross-national variation in the extent of corruption with particular...

    Treisman, Daniel

    2000

  • Corruption: causes, consequences and cures

    The paper stresses the need to keep the issue of corruption squarely in view of the development agenda. It discusses the causes and consequences of corruption, especially in the context of a least-developed country with considerable regulation and...

    Myint, U.

    2016

  • Corruption and development: a review of issues

    While corruption is an ancient problem, it has had variegated incidence at different times in different places, with varying degrees to damaging consequences. While the tenacity with which it tends to persist in some cases easily leads to despair and...

    Bardhan, Pranab

    1997

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