Economics and Corruption

Topics: Economics, Politics, Political corruption Pages: 88 (30463 words) Published: August 1, 2010
Corruption
A Selected and Annotated Bibliography
Inge Amundsen and Odd-Helge Fjeldstad

Commissioned by NORAD

Chr.Michelsens Institute Development Studies and Human Rights

CORRUPTION
A Selected and Annotated Bibliography

Introduction
This annotated bibliography on “corruption” is commissioned by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, NORAD. It has been compiled from a number of sources, from books and articles, library searches, Internet sources (like Transparency International and the World Bank bibliographies), and from conferences and colleagues. The bibliography is not meant to be comprehensive; we have aimed at a balanced, assorted, and what we consider an interesting selection. It is organised as follows: Part 1 is an extensive and updated list of the general corruption-related literature. It draws upon most social science disciplines, including economics, political science, sociology, anthropology, as well as law, history and philosophy. This part is divided into one section listing books and one section on articles/reports/working papers. Most of these publications should be easily accessible through a well-equipped library. Part 2 is a less extensive list of corruption-related literature from Norway’s priority partner countries and other partner countries. It is geographically listed, based on regions and specific countries. To some extent, the imbalanced number of items for the various countries is indicative of what is to be found in each country. Some of this literature is in the form of books and journals, while others are “grey” and may be less easily available. The full Internet address is given wherever possible. Part 3 is a list of the Internet-sites of various anti-corruption organisations. This is a rich tool for updated information, new publications, news, and for in-depth searches on particular topics and countries. We hope that the bibliography will be considered useful – and used – by aid officials, development practitioners, and researchers.

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CORRUPTION
A Selected and Annotated Bibliography

INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................1 GENERAL LITERATURE ON CORRUPTION...............................................................................5 1.1 1.2 2 BOOKS ........................................................................................................................................5 ARTICLES, REPORTS, WORKING PAPERS ....................................................................................12

LITERATURE ON CORRUPTION, WORLD REGIONS ....................................................34 2.1 AFRICA, GENERAL .....................................................................................................................34 2.2 AFRICA: NORWAY’S PRIORITY PARTNER COUNTRIES ................................................................40 2.2.1 Eritrea.............................................................................................................................40 2.2.2 Ethiopia ..........................................................................................................................40 2.2.3 Malawi............................................................................................................................41 2.2.4 Mozambique ...................................................................................................................41 2.2.5 Tanzania .........................................................................................................................41 2.2.6 Uganda ...........................................................................................................................45 2.2.7 Zambia............................................................................................................................49 2.2.8 Zimbabwe...

Bibliography: 5
deLeon, Peter Thinking About Political Corruption New York, 1993, M.E.Sharpe Inc
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Girling, John Corruption, Capitalism and Democracy London, 1997, Routledge
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Andvig, Jens Christopher “The Economics of Corruption: A Survey” Studi economici, vol.46, no.4-3, 1991
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Carvajal, Raúl “Large-scale Corruption: Definition, Causes, and Cures” Systemic Practice and Action Research, vol.12, nr.4, 1999, pp.335-353
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Kurer, Oskar “Clientelism, Corruption, and the Allocation of Resources” Public Choice, vol.77, no.2, 1993, pp.259-273
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