In some societies people come to see corruption as the norm. When popular opinion in a country normalises corruption, this results in low trust in public administration. In Nepal, a youth fellowship programme has been successful in changing youth opinions about corruption through direct interaction with officials known for their integrity. Such programmes can enhance development partners? and practitioners? efforts to build greater accountability and trust in the public sector.
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The Economic Journal
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