Fighting corruption in a knowledge-based manner: What role for research?
Knowledge may be embodied tacitly in the experience of an organisation’s members, as well as explicitly in its files and records. Government and non-government organizations may need to manage their stocks of knowledge differently. The paper compares the knowledge management tasks facing government and non-government organizations in the field of anti corruption. The NGO Transparency International has generated an array of indices, tools, and websites to give authority to its advocacy. Its task...[Show more]
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