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Corruption and collective action
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‘FINDING GOD’ OR ‘MORAL DISENGAGEMENT’ IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES? EVIDENCE FROM INDIA AND NIGERIA
SUMMARY There are growing calls for religion to be used in the fight against corruption on the basis of the assumption that religious people are more concerned with ethics than with theExpand
Corruption, religion and moral development
Lacking in much of the current research on religion and corruption is a sense that there may be alternative ways that people view corruption, which in their minds may be moral, and that if we are toExpand
Civic education for combating corruption: lessons from Hong Kong and the US for donor‐funded programmes in poor countries
Donors are increasingly funding projects and programmes that fit under the general rubric of ‘civic education’. These tend to address both targeted problems within a country and wider institutionalExpand
Corruption, politics and development: the role of the World Bank
In 1997, the World Bank announced its intention to provide a systematic framework for addressing corruption as a development issue in the assitance it provides to countries and in its operation workExpand
State Building, Security and Development: state building as a new development paradigm?
State building is currently experiencing a renaissance of sorts, cutting across disciplines such as international relations, political studies, anthropology, economics, international development an...
Corruption, democracy and the World Bank
In this era of political conditionality and good governance, anti-corruptionhas emerged as a top priority (at least in theory) for all major donors. Thisis almost always linked to support forExpand
Everyday Political Analysis
The Creeping Politicisation of the World Bank: The Case of Corruption
This paper looks at the increasing politicisation of the World Bank through its work on corruption. Historically, the Bank's Articles of Agreement, which forbid it from involving itself in theExpand
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