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Bracking, Sarah

Corruption and Development

Bracking, Sarah - Corruption and Development, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Political Development and Corruption: Why ‘Right Here, Right Now!’?
Sarah Bracking

2. The Limits of a Global Campaign against Corruption
Kalin S. Ivanov

3. Economic Models of Corruption
Vincent G. Fitzsimons

Part II. Corruption, Political Development and Anti-Corruption Campaigns

4. Tickling Donors and Tackling Opponents: the Anti-Corruption Campaign in Malawi
David Hall-Matthews

5. Corruption and Reform in Nigeria
Paul Okojie, Abubakar Momoh

6. Challenges to the Philippine Culture of Corruption
Edna Estifania A. Co

7. Challenges of Anti-Corruption Policies in Post-Communist Countries
Anastassiya Zagainova

8. Political Corruption in Georgia
Nina Dadalauri

9. Corruption Scandals and Anti-Corruption Institution Building Interventions in Jamaica
Philip Duku Osei

10. Governance, Neoliberalism and Corruption in Nicaragua
Ed Brown, Jonathan Cloke, José Luis Rocha

Part III. Development Policy and Anti-Corruption Initiatives

11. Fighting Public Sector Corruption in Ghana: Does Gender Matter?
Namawu Alhassan Alolo

12. Upgrading Democracy in Mozambique: the Question of Party and Election Finance
Bruno Wilhelm Speck

13. Accountability in Development Finance Projects: Between the Market and a Soft Place
Sarah Bracking

14. Why Anti-Corruption Initiatives Fail: Technology Transfer and Contextual Collision
Richard Heeks

15. Strengthening Checks and Balances in Financial Governance: the Evolving Role of Multilateral Banks in Latin America
Carlos Santiso

Part IV. Conclusion

16. Conclusion
Sarah Bracking, Kalin Ivanov

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Development Policy, Development Studies, Political Economy, Political Science, Sociology, general, Development Economics

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies in Development
Page amount
331 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230590625
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-35769-7

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