Everyday Corruption and the State: Citizens and Public Officials in Africa

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This detailed study of everyday corruption in three different African countries highlights its alarming prevalence. The authors analyze the various forms of corruption; the corrupt strategies public officials resort to; and how these forms and strategies have become embedded in the daily administrative practices of the state. The authors investigate the roots of the system, notably the growing inability of weakened states in Africa to reward their employees adequately or deliver the services on the scale expected of the ...

Everyday Corruption and the State: Citizens and Public Officials in Africa 2006, Zed Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781842775639

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Everyday Corruption and the State: Citizens and Public Officials in Africa 2006, Zed Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781842775622

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