Dissecting Public Sector Corruption in Bangladesh: Issues and Problems of Control

@article{Zafarullah2001DissectingPS,
  title={Dissecting Public Sector Corruption in Bangladesh: Issues and Problems of Control},
  author={H. Zafarullah and N. A. Siddiquee},
  journal={Public Organization Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={465-486}
}
  • H. Zafarullah, N. A. Siddiquee
  • Published 2001
  • Economics
  • Public Organization Review
  • The public sector in Bangladesh is ridden with corruption of various dimensions and shades. Apart from bribery, rent-seeking and misappropriation of funds, the performance of public organizations is adversely affected by a host of other factors like excessive lobbying, delays in service provision, pilferage and larceny, irresponsible conduct of officials, bureaucratic intemperance, patronage and clientelism. The several institutional mechanisms to combat administrative malfeasance are rendered… CONTINUE READING
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