Governance and Anti-corruption Reforms in Developing Countries: Policies, Evidence and Ways Forward

@inproceedings{Khan2006GovernanceAA,
  title={Governance and Anti-corruption Reforms in Developing Countries: Policies, Evidence and Ways Forward},
  author={Mushtaq H. Khan},
  year={2006}
}
International institutions and in particular the World Bank and the IMF are rightly giving a great deal of attention to issues of governance in developing countries, and particularly corruption. While they are right to believe that governance matters, governance in the most successful developing countries has often been starkly at variance with the good governance model. Even the most successful developing countries have suffered from significant corruption and other governance failures during… CONTINUE READING

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