Corruption prevention strategy for the Philippines: incorporating ethical norms in the performance appraisal system
Corruption prevention has become a major concern of aid donors including the World Bank. The World Bank recently stressed the importance of the state whose capabilities are undermined by corruption, as an agent of development. An effective state can contribute powerfully to sustainable development and the reduction of poverty… The state’s monopoly on coercion, which gives it the power to intervene effectively in economic activity…gives it the power to intervene arbitrarily. This power, coupled...[Show more]
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