Corruption and Good Governanceby G. Shabbir Cheema
Addresses the problems posed by corruption. It requested that the Secretary General of the U.N. assist Member States in designing strategies to prevent & control corruption. Begins by isolating the underlying economic causes of corruption in industrial & developing countries. Includes economic causes of corruption (bribes, payment for judicial decisions); the costs of corruption for economic development & poverty reduction (economic growth, organized crime); domestic reform strategies (reforming civil service, checks & balances); & the role of the international community (money laundering, corruption in loans & grants).
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