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Strategies of corruption prevention in the Philippines

Martinez, Rommel L


This paper argues that one effective strategy for tackling corruption in the Philippines is to more actively involve civil society groups in the governance of the country. This papers examines how this approach is effective for two major areas of corruption, election irregularities and the misuse of public funds by elected officials. Civil society groups can galvanise community support for change and provide ongoing public pressure to ensure better practices are maintained. The paper begins...[Show more]

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Date published: 1999
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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