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Governance and Anti-Corruption in Transition

By Kaufmann, Daniel

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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Governance and Anti-Corruption in Transition  
Author: Kaufmann, Daniel
Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Publisher: The World Bank


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Some ?Popular Notions? (& Myths) to be Challenged 1. Consensus on good governance for development and growth since the 1990s ? ?Washington Consensus? -- 2. Fix the ?Macro?/Trade, & Growth other reforms will follow -- 3. Low Corruption & Good Governance: a result of development & growth??[emerging economies corrupt; rich world a ?model?]? -- 4. Governance has also improved worldwide in past decade -- 5. But Governance is ?Unmeasurable?, thus no monitoring -- 6. And Cultural & Historical Determinism: ?Patience? -- 7. Best Governance Reforms practices?: More Laws, ?Codes?, and Regulations, New ?Agencies?, or more ?Campaigns?...


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