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dc.titleGlobalization and Corruption Control in Asian Countries: The Case of Divergence
dc.contributor.authorQuah, J.S.T.
dc.identifier.citationQuah, J.S.T. (2001). Globalization and Corruption Control in Asian Countries: The Case of Divergence. Public Management Review 3 (4) : 453-470. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
dc.description.abstractThe globalization of corruption has given rise to the concern in many countries on how to combat corruption & many international conferences on this topic. However, in spite of the sharing of 'best practices' in fighting corruption at these conferences, there is still a great deal of divergence in combating corruption in Asian countries because of the different contextual constraints & the effectiveness of their governments' anti-corruption strategies. This article describes & evaluates the three patterns of corruption control in six Asian countries & concludes that the third pattern of anti-corruption laws with an independent anti-corruption agency adopted by Singapore & Hong Kong is the most effective.
dc.contributor.departmentPOLITICAL SCIENCE
dc.description.sourcetitlePublic Management Review
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