by M. González de Asis (2000)
Corruption ranks together with effective democratic representation as the most important problem facing local governments. The challenge facing local governments is to develop innovative ways of building effective, accountable, and transparent system that are able to efficiently deliver services. The objective of this paper is to provide both a conceptual and a practical framework, as well as an international perspective with concrete examples, to address the contexts that create perverse incentives for corruption to exist.
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