The Global corruption report 2006

Auteur(s) : Transparency International

Organisation : Transparency International

Editeur : Berlin, TI, 2006

Pages :

356 p.

Notes :

Incl. annexes, bibliographical references, tables, figures

The 2006 Global corruption report focuses on corruption and health. It includes expert reports on: the risks of corruption in different health care systems; the scale of the problem: from high-level corruption in Costa Rica to counterfeit medicines in Nigeria, to health care fraud in the United States; the costs of corruption in hospital administration (like the problems caused by the fraud in the procurement of medical material etc...) and the problem of informal payments for health care; the impact of corruption at various points of the pharmaceutical chain; anti-corruption challenges posed by the fight against HIV/AIDS. It also includes: a foreword by Mary Robinson; detailed assessments of the state of corruption in 45 countries; recommendations for cleaning up the health sector; examples of successes in preventing health-related bribery, fraud and corruption; the latest corruption-related research, including studies on the links between corruption and other global issues, such as pollution, gender and foreign investment.

  • Responsabilité, Stratégies de lutte contre la corruption, Société civile, Secteur des entreprises, Corruption, Outils diagnostiques / Enquêtes, Développement économique et social, Finances, Genre, Gouvernance, Santé, Marchés publics, Secteur public, Recherche, Transparence
  • Algérie, Bangladesh, Bolivie, Brésil, Bulgarie, Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Chine, Costa Rica, Croatie, Équateur, Finlande, France, Géorgie, Grèce, Guatemala, Irlande, Israël , Japon, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Koweït, Kirghizistan, Malaisie , Mexique, Mozambique, Maroc, Népal, Nouvelle Zélande , Nicaragua, Panama, Pérou, Pologne, Roumanie, Serbie, Slovaquie, Afrique du Sud, Espagne , Sri Lanka, Suisse , Ouganda, Ukraine, Royaume Uni , Etats-Unis, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Nigéria