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    Fighting corruption in Afghanistan : solving the institutional puzzle / Sayed Ikram Afzali, Mohammad Naser Timory.





    Title : Fighting corruption in Afghanistan :
    Statement of responsibility : Sayed Ikram Afzali, Mohammad Naser Timory.
    Author : Afzali, Sayed Ikram.
    Published by : Kabul, Afghanistan : Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA),
    Year : 2016
    Physical details : v, 45 pages : charts ; 30 cm.
    Call Number :
    Pamphlet JQ1765.
    A55.
    A395 2016
    Subject(s) :

    --   Corruption – Afghanistan.
    --   Peace-building – Afghanistan.
    --   Political corruption – Afghanistan.
    --   Corruption – Afghanistan – Prevention.
    --   Afghanistan – Politics and government – 2001-.
    Notes :

    Spiral bound. “November 2016”. “Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA)”—cover page.
    “Includes bibliography”—(pages 43-45).
    Contents: Acknowledgements—About the authors—Acronyms—Executive summary—Methodology—1. Part one : institutional failure to fight corruption in Afghanistan—2. Part two : a comparison of dynamics of success and failure of anti-corruption institutions in selected countries and Afghanistan—3. Part three : prospects of institutional arrangements to fight corruption in Afghanistan—Conclusions—Recommendations—Annexes—Bibliography.
    Summary: “More than 67 percent of the people believe that the National Unity Government has not done enough to address major problems in Afghanistan and around 74% of the people believe that there has been no improvement in any public institution in reducing corruption. There may be many reasons for such a sobering situation but massive systemic corruption and lack of an institutionalized response to fight against corruption in the government is the most important factor behind…”—(page 2).
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    Accession No : 3ACKU000507821
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