Corruption and good governance
Management Development and Governance Division, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, United Nations Development Programme, 1997 - Political Science - 138 pages
The challenge facing all societies is to create a system of governance that promotes, supports & sustains human development. This publication discusses the issue of corruption, isolating its underlying economic causes in the industrial & developing world. It assesses options for combating corruption & highlights important lessons learned from reform experiences of a number of countries. It also discusses domestic reform strategies & the role of the international community.
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