6 edition of Bureaucratic corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Monday U. Ekpo; foreword by Victor T. LeVine|
|Contributions||Ekpo, Monday U|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 449 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||449|
Combating Corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa: Corruption Perceptions of Public Administration University Students in Eritrea Desta Y. Meritocratic Personnel Policy– A key part of administrative reforms is the institution of meritocratic system for appointment, promotion, and evaluation of civil service personnel and when feasible, establish. ‘Political Corruption in Africa: Extraction and Power Preservation is a readable book, beautifully edited by Inge Amundsen. It is a major scholarly contribution and is a powerful book, based upon many deeply researched country case studies.
European Research Centre for Anti-Corruption and State-Building, Hertie School of Governance, ERCAS Working Paper No. 57 Optimizing anticorruption: the long arm of . In the recently published book ‘Political corruption in Africa. Extraction and Power Preservation’, an international and experienced team of authors examine who is involved and what practices are used to extract and to buy political support. Their analysis is based on .
Corruption is not the contrary of bureaucracy, but it can very much be part of it. On the other hand, the research project also shows how people in Africa developed bureaucratic practices hoping to produce more regulation and reliability – and this within state structures and beyond, such as in nongovernmental organizations, associations or. Public Procurement Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Means to Curb Corruption? (Recht Und Verfassung in Afrika - Law and Constitution in Afr) by Annika Engelbert (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Annika Engelbert.
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This book demonstrates the destructive relationship between corruption and the abrogation of economic freedoms and entrepreneurship, a system that has clearly left Africa as one of the most deprived regions in the by: Evaluating seven key case studies, the book illustrates the theoretical basis of corruption and provides a political-economy analysis of the topic, using examples from Sub-Saharan Africa.
Outlining how and who is involved, these cases explore Bureaucratic corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa book present conditions that enable political corruption. It is hoped that these reports will educate readers about the pervasiveness of bureaucratic corruption in Africa as the primary cause of the poor governance across the continent.
It is notable that Sub-Saharan African countries have descended into lawless anarchies over the past five decades, at a time when the rest of the third world is. Internationally, corruption has been found to have a range of adverse effects 1 while in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), corruption has been identified as one of the main reasons why most of the.
This paper deals mainly with present corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa.2 It focuses on corrup-tion in the public sector. It focuses as much as possible on empirical observations.
Hence it will be mostly biased in the direction of street-level corruption. This does not imply that I believe political and high level forms of corruption are less important. This paper investigates the relationship between FDI, democracy and corruption among 30 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) over the period of – to determine whether the ‘helping hand’ or ‘grabbing hand’ hypothesis is most by: 7.
The existence of anti-corruption laws and institutions in Africa has question the commitment of the African leaders in their efforts at combating corruption as it has remained a challenge to Author: Zekeri Momoh.
corruption to be a major constraint for doing business. Forms of corruption Petty and bureaucratic corruption As most forms of corruption, petty bribery and bureaucratic corruption has worsened since the upsurge of violence in The conflict and the division of the country deeply damaged Côte.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Monday U. Ekpo. This paper reviewed existing literature on political and bureaucratic corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa while on the other hand the paper employed key informant interviews to gather the required data to investigate, analyse and profile the genesis and evolution of corruption in Sub-Saharan by: 1.
An unethical act in. one culture may be socially acceptable in another. We shall examine this. problem later, but the word corruption in this article will include nepotism, favoritism, bribery, graft, patronage and other unfair means adopted by. government employees and the public alike to.
Get this from a library. Bureaucratic corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa: toward a search for causes and consequences. [Monday Udowah Ekpo;].
This chapter contextualizes, examines, and analyzes corruption in Africa with an illustrative example of the risks in the health sector.
A critical analysis of the political-economic foundations of corruption in sub-Saharan Africa. Potsdam: Potsdam University Press.
Politics, bureaucratic corruption, and maladministration in the Author: Kempe Ronald Hope. In Africa, consequently, bureaucratic corruption is not only an elite problem, but also a problem that affects the poorest groups.
This result sheds new light on the relationship between micro-level poverty and corruption in Africa. The rest of the paper proceeds as follows. We first outline the theoretical considerations in Section by: corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa has reached an unprecedented level yet there is no solution in sight.
This paper argues that political and bureaucratic corruption pestilences are „copycats‟ which have been institutionalized and decentralized with a social functional value.
This provides the central argument of the paper. Four. Bissessar N () Does corruption persist in Sub-Saharan Africa. Int Adv Econ Res – CrossRef Google Scholar Calderisi R () The trouble with Africa: why foreign aid Cited by: 6.
The Worldwide Bureaucracy Indicators (WWBI) is a dataset on public sector employment and wages that can help researchers and development practitioners gain a better understanding of the personnel dimensions of state capability, the footprint of the public sector on the overall labor market, and the fiscal implications of the government wage bill.
Under-development in Sub-Saharan Africa is caused by both internal and external factors. The external factors according to radical scholars or neo-Marxist are slavery, colonialism and neo-colonialism. While the internal factors are the underdeveloped. to analyze the effect of education attainment on corruption participation in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The survey I use asks bribery questions in a non-self-incriminating way and allows analysis of individual determinants of corruption participation. It covers o individuals in File Size: KB. Sub Saharan Africa: Corruption is a big issue in African elections Regional analysis by Paul Banoba, Transparency International The elections held across Africa in provide a good reflection of corruption trends in the region.
Downloadable (with restrictions)! While extant research has focused on the causes and consequences of corruption at the macro-level, less effort has been devoted to understanding the micro-foundation of corruption. We argue that poor people are more likely to be victims of corrupt behavior by street-level bureaucrats as the poor often rely heavily on services provided by governments.Corruption, Institutions, Economic Growth, Sub-Saharan Africa.
1. Introduction. Corruption is a symptom and result of institutional weakness, with potential negative effects on the economic performance of a country.
However, analysis of the causes and consequences of corruption have increased significantly in the last two : Saharan Africa.corruption under civilian administration is more severe and political corruption often leads to bureaucratic corruption.
Arising from these findings of the study, suggestions have been made on how to prevent and combat the growing trends of corruption in the public offices. The researcher is optimisticFile Size: 52KB.