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|Title:||Beyond "Political Will": How Institutional Context Shapes the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Policies|
|Source:||Fritzen, S. (2005). Beyond "Political Will": How Institutional Context Shapes the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Policies. Policy and Society 24 (3) : 79-96. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Many anti-corruption initiatives face an inherent dilemma: the very actors which must adopt & implement policies to curb corruption are those which may face weak, or even negative, incentives to do so. Where corruption in authoritarian states is already endemic, a vicious form of this "orthodox paradox" emerges, as elites adopting anti-corruption measures attempt to police themselves. This paper presents an institutionalist approach to linking the context of anti-corruption reforms to their likely effectiveness & sustainability. It applies this approach to the assessment of Vietnam's 2005 anti-corruption law.|
|Source Title:||Policy and Society|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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