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Privatization and Corruption in Transition Economies

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by D. Kaufmann and P. Siegelbaum (1997)

Supreme audit institutions are national agencies responsible for auditing government revenue and spending. Their legal mandates, reporting relationships, and effectiveness vary, reflecting different governance systems and government policies. But their primary purpose is to oversee the management of public funds and the quality and credibility of governments’ reported financial data.


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