Bureaucratic and Political Corruption in Africa: The Public Choice Perspective (Paperback)Professor John Mukum Mbaku (author)
Paperback 240 Pages / Published: 31/12/1999
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Since the 1970s, most countries in Africa have failed to make any significant improvements in the standard of living of their citizens. One of the most important reasons advanced to explain continued poverty and deprivation in the continent is pervasive corruption. Corruption, the subject of this book, has become quite pervasive in Africa and now constitutes an important development constraint. This book emphasizes the public choice perspective to corruption cleanups and thus, also presents the international dimension of corruption along with global efforts to tackle the problem.
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company
Number of pages: 240
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