Our Framework Policies and Strategies: Anticorruption
Asian Development Bank | June 1998
The problem of corruption, here defined as the misuse of public or private office for personal gain, has been one of the most enduring dilemmas confronting governments throughout history. Although differences may exist in the nature and scope of corrupt behavior, and the extent to which anticorruption measures are enforced, the phenomenon can be found at all times and within virtually every political system. It can also be found within the private sector. Indeed, the linkage between public and private sector corruption is an area of particular concern for both developed and developing countries in the Asia and Pacific region.
CitationAsian Development Bank. 1998. Our Framework Policies and Strategies: Anticorruption. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6085.
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