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We research how corruption can be addressed in different contexts.
Journal Article | Jan 2011
Democratisation has brought checks and balances, and new state agencies, to Indonesian politics. Checks and balances and greater responsiveness to the ...
appointment systems, anti-corruption commission, governance, democratisation, corruption, law enforcement, Indonesia
Journal Article | Nov 2015
Indonesia has been struggling to reform its corrupt bureaucracy for years. In 2002 an independent Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) was established ...
civil service reform, corruption, Indonesia, anti-corruption commission, human resource management, Indonesia
Journal Article | Jan 2007
The Fight against Corruption in Indonesia Sofie Arjon Schütte Journal of Current Southeast Asian Af
Indonesia, Corruption Eradication Commission, Law Enforcement, Constitutional Court, , Anticorruption Court, Corruption, Attorney General's Office, Asset Recovery
Project | Jan - Dec 2000
Commissioned by the Norwegian Embassy, Dar es Salaam, as an input to Norway's participation in the consultations leading up to the Tanzanian Assistance ...
News | 28 Jan 2014
Ethiopia has great success in its work to eradicate poverty. Yet, the human rights situation in the country makes cooperation a challenging task for the international community. Norway should support the country´s human rights work by strengthening Ethiopia's internal debates on human rights, says CMI-researchers. -The best way to do this is through institutional cooperation, and close collaboration with Ethiopian partners.
Social Scientist with a focus on corruption and anti-corruption measures in the justice sector.
Southeast Asia, Indonesia
Edited Book | Jan 2006
Fighting Corruption from Aceh to Papua: 10 Stories on Corruption Eradication in Indonesia. Sofie Ar
Journal Article | Jan 2012
The discourse on anti-corruption approaches during the last decade has been shaped by two extremes: those who prescribe specialized anti-corruption bodies ...
anti-corruption commissions, institutional change, Indonesia, Indonesia
An exception to the rule? Why Indonesia's Anti-Corruption Commission succeeds where others don't - a comparison with the Philippines' Ombudsman
U4 Issue | Aug 2010
Anti-corruption agencies have long been a principal strategy to fight corruption in many developing countries. Unfortunately, few of them have produced ...
commissions, anti-corruption agencies, uncac, Indonesia, Philippines
Report in External Series | Sep 2015
The report is based on a literature review and discuss three topics: 1. Can economic growth eradicate poverty? 2. How can donors contribute to private ...
private sector development
Event | 18 Oct 2013
Only 800 days remain to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. The overarching goals of fighting poverty and eradicating hunger have framed many of ...
News | 26 Apr 2012
South Asia has gone through a period of strong economic growth the past two decades. GDP per capita has more than doubled over twenty years. Surprisingly, better economic conditions have not led to improved nutrition in South Asia. The number of undernourished children is almost at the same level today as it was twenty years ago.
Achieving Success and Avoiding Failure in Anti-Corruption Commissions: Developing the Role of Donors
U4 Brief | Oct 2007
Anti-corruption Commissions (ACCs) have, with one or two exceptions, been a disappointment both to the people of developing countries and to their development ...
corruption, anti-corruption conventions, commissions, World
Event | 24 Nov 2008
Empowering the poor requires more than simply a transfer of resources; it entails the creation of sound legal and political frameworks which specifically address the needs of the poor and vulnerable and hold political and administrative leaders accountable for policy failures.
Bolivia, China, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, India
U4 Brief | Jul 2016
The Indonesian Court for Corruption Crimes, or Tipikor court, has handled corruption cases for more than a decade. Initially there was only one Tipikor ...
anti-corruption courts, Special Criminal Court, specialised anti-corruption bodies, justice, Indonesia
News | 25 Sep 2015
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been criticised for being too broad and vague. What are the chances of success?
CMI Report | Jan 2002
Report originally commissioned by the Angola-Instituto de Pesquisa Économica e Social (AIP) to assist the preparations for a public procurement ...
corruption, procurement, international competitive bidding, bribery, public reform
News | 19 Aug 2010
Former director of CMI, Just Faaland, has received the Merdeka award. Faaland is awarded for his role in the formulation of the National Economic Policy (NEP).
Edited Book | Aug 2011
A companion volume to the International Handbook on the Economics of Corruption published in 2006, the specially commissioned papers in volume two present ...
corruption, governance, economics
CMI Insight | Jan 2016
Women inside and outside of the Sudanese government were deeply concerned about the high prevalence rates of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) after decades ...
Female genital mutilation, Sudan