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Cross Cutting Issues: Preventing Corruption

 

 

International Good Practices and Reference Models

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Guidance and Tips

Preventing Corruption in Public Finance Management (Commissioned by Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development): The overall objective of the practical guideline is to support development cooperation actors in integrating corruption prevention in advisory and project appraisal work.  It identifies sector-specific forms and problems of corruption and develops recommendations for sector-specific corruption prevention.

Good Financial Governance – Good Governance in Public Finance (Commissioned by Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development): This paper develops the framework for good financial governance and describes the implementation of this approach.  It also presents major challenges in the need for reform before analyzing the contribution of the German Development Cooperation and its respective reform processes. 

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Country Case Studies and Lessons Learnt

U.S. Helping Development Banks Adopt Reforms: This article emerging from the U.S. Treasury Department discusses how they and the ADB are helping MDBs to design and implement anti corruption reforms in the projects they finance, in counties like Cambodia, Nepal, and Laos, among others.     back to top

 

Other Reference Materials

The Budget Process and Corruption (Published by the Anti-corruption Resource Center): The focus of this paper is on corruption key risk areas (cash, revenue and debt management, internal and external audit) in various stages in the budget process.   It discusses what drives corruption in the budget process and steps in reducing it.        back to top




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