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Curbing corruption : toward a model for building national integrity, Volume 1
 
Author:Stapenhurst, Rick; Kpundeh, Sahr J. [editors]; Country:Uganda; Hong Kong SAR, China; Sierra Leone; Bolivia; Tanzania; Singapore;
Date Stored:2007/06/19Document Date:2002/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Governance Indicators; Public Sector Corruption & Anticorruption Measures; National Governance; Corruption & Anticorruption Law; Water Policy & Governance
Language:VietnameseMajor Sector:Public Administration, Law, and Justice
Region:East Asia and Pacific; Africa; Latin America & CaribbeanReport Number:19017
Sub Sectors:(Historic)Other public sector managementCollection Title: * EDI development studies
Volume No:1  

Summary: This volume contains selections by theorists and practitioners of governance work, with in-depth case studies of corruption in Tanzania, Uganda, and Sierra Leone. Part I presents lessons of experience. Highlighting the interaction between corruption and economic performance, the chapters discuss a broad range of problems and approaches to reforms. Two examples of good practice are showcased - Hong Kong (China) and Singapore - along with the challenge case of Bolivia. Part II considers economic and institutional approaches to anticorruption efforts. It highlights some of the institutions that can play a role in curbing corruption and pays particular attention to the public sector and civil society, including the media. The final chapter in this part proposes a framework for analyzing and strengthening institutions that can curb corruption. Part III presents the three country case studies. Tanzania and Uganda are relative success stories, while Sierra Leone has failed to curb corruption. One note-worthy lesson is that a multifaceted strategy combining economic reforms and the strengthening of "national integrity" institutions is likely to have more success than piecemeal reforms, such as establishing an anticorruption agency without undertaking related reforms. Essential to any strategy, however, is political commitment.

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