Poverty, Aid and Corruption
By Transparency International
This policy paper considers key issues in the aid and corruption debate, focusing specifically on abuses that occur in development assistance targeted at poverty reduction. The paper offers recommendations on how to make the most efficient use of development resources in anti-poverty programmes and tackling the supply-side of corruption. It shows how cooperation in multi-stakeholder environments and the decentralization of aid delivery can help avoid corruption-prone settings.
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