Governments, NGOs and Anti-Corruption. The new integrity warriors
Title: Governments, NGOs and Anti-Corruption. The new integrity warriors
Citation: Abingdon, Routledge, 2008.
Table of Contents:
Foreword by Yves Mény 1. Introduction Luís de Sousa, Peter Larmour and Barry Hindess Part 1: Theories and Concepts: Corruption, Anti-Corruption and Democratic Politics 2. International Anti-Corruption as a Program of Normalisation Barry Hindess 3. Anti-Corruption as a Risk to Democracy: On the Unintended Consequences of International Anti-Corruption Campaigns Staffan Andersson and Paul M. Heywood 4. The Development of Inspection and Oversight: Blind Alleys and Open Vistas in the Case of American Procurement Policy Frank Anechiarico Part 2: The Vices and Virtues of Governmental Anti-Corruption 5. Matching Workload, Management and Resources: Setting the context for ‘effective’ anti-corruption commissions Alan Doig 6. Anti-Corruption Bodies as Discourse-Controlling Instruments: Experiences from South East Europe Daniel Smilov 7. Warriors in Chains: Institutional Legacies and Anti-Corruption Programs in Taiwan and South Korea Christian Göbel 8. Populist Anti-Corruption and Military Coups: The Cleanup Campaign in Fiji 2006-7 Peter Larmour Part 3: The Vices and Virtues of Non-Governmental Anti-Corruption 9. Transnational Anti-Corruption Advocacy: A Multi-Level Analysis of Civic Action in Russia Diana Schmidt-Pfister 10. How do International Organizations Scrutinize Transforming States? The Case of Transparency International and the Baltic States Matilda Dahl 11. Corruption and Anti-Corruption in Southeast Europe: Landscapes and Sites Steven Sampson 12. TI in Search of a Constituency: The Institutionalisation and Franchising of the Global Anti-Corruption Doctrine Luís de Sousa Conclusion
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