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  • Public Expenditure Tracking Surveys (PETS) in Uganda

    This study led in Uganda revealed that only 13 percent of public non-wage education spending reached the schools in 1991, and only 22 percent in 1995. These dismal findings stimulated the central government to begin publishing information on monetary...

    World Bank

    World Bank, 1995

  • 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

  • Cómo utilizar las encuestas para reformar el sector público

    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

  • Mobilizing civil society to fight corruption in Bangladesh

    A successful anti-corruption strategy must have a free press to voice public opinion and report cases of corruption, an effective and politically neutral mechanism to investigate and prosecute corruption, and a reliable judicial process to punish...

    Landell-Mills, Pierre

    Washington, World Bank, 1999

  • Legislative ethics: a comparative analysis

    This paper comparatively analyses legislative ethics, focusing on: the role of the legislature in combating corruption, the need for effective ethics regime; codes of conduct; ethics rules and financial disclosure requirements; enforcement and...

    National democratic institute for international affairs (USA)

    Washington, NDI, 1999

  • Reducing corruption: lessons from Venezuela

    A recent World Bank programme in Campo Elias, Venezuela, used an innovative and effective approach to build participatory institutional frameworks and to apply best practices in public policy making. As a result, corruption has fallen and services...

    Gonzalez de Asis, Maria

    Washington, World Bank, 2000

  • Windhoek Declaration

    This Declaration recalls resolution 50/225 of the United Nations General Assembly on "Public Administration and Development" adopted at its Resumed 50th Session, reaffirming the need to strengthen national public administrations in order to promote...

    United Nations. Economic and Social Council

    New York, United Nations, 2000

  • 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

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