4 edition of Interpreting corruption found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JQ620.A725 C66 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||260 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||260|
|ISBN 10||0803993110, 0803993129|
|LC Control Number||96012244|
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Interpreting Corruption is an exacting and exhaustive survey of research on corruption in the Pacific Islands, covering most states and territories in Melanesia, Polynesia and author, a political scientist, brings his four decades of experience with public institutions in the Pacific (including a stint as an official in the Lands Department of the Solomon Islands during the Interpreting Corruption is a highly accessible and approachable look at an age-old problem.
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Politicians are accused of it and campaign against it. This book reflects on the upsurge in talk about corruption in the region, and takes a skeptical view of anti-corruption The book’s relevance is well demonstrated in the current context of frequently reported corruption concerns in the PNG elections.
Drawing on a variety of sources which include media coverage, studies conducted by NGO’s, literary works and the research of an array of experts from different academic disciplines, the book is brimming with both Interpreting Corruption is a highly accessible and approachable look at an age-old problem.
Those interested in the Pacific Islands and public integrity will find it remarkably comprehensive as Interpreting Corruption is a highly accessible and approachable look at an age-old problem. Those interested in the Pacific Islands and public integrity will find it remarkably comprehensive as will students and scholars of anthropology, sociology, and political › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.
Interpreting corruption: culture and politics in the Pacific islands. [Peter Larmour] -- Corruption is a popular topic in the Pacific Islands. Politicians are accused of it and campaign against it. This book reflects on the upsurge in talk about corruption in the region, and takes a skeptical view of anti-corruption Peter Larmour is the author of Interpreting Corruption ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Foreign Flowers ( avg rating, 1 rating The results of Sri Lanka’s parliamentary election held on Wednesday show a seismic shift in the country’s electoral map as well as the balance of political power.
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Larmour, Peter () Interpreting Corruption: Culture and Politics in the Pacific Islands. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, pp.$49, ISBN: ‐0‐‐‐9 (cloth)., Asia Pacific Viewpoint" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study The literature of people is the one that seeks to discuss, expose and propose solutions to the daily problems of society, be it social, economic, moral, political or otherwise.
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Interpreting Corruption: Culture and Politics in the Pacific Islands by Peter Larmour, Adjunct Professor, School of Management and Public Administration at the University of the South Pacific and Reader, Public Policy and Governance at the Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.
“Corruption is a popular topic in the Pacific Islands. Politicians are accused of it and campaign against Corruption is a popular topic in the Pacific Islands. Politicians are accused of it and campaign against it. Fiji’s coup leaders vowed to clean it up. Several countries have “leadership codes” designed to reduce corruption, and others have created specialized anti-corruption agencies.
Donors, the World Bank, and NGOs such as Transparency International have made it an international Revelation is unique as it combines three distinctive literary types: apocalypse, revelation and a letter.
The apocalyptic writings are viewed as revealing heavenly secrets focusing on God’s judgment of the wicked and his deliverance of the righteous. The book as a prophecy is a revelation from God that invites a response of trust and obedience though presented in the form of a letter from ?PaperID= corruption NGO (De Sousa, Larmour and Hindess ).
Over the years have come to feel that the urgent need to ‘do something’ about corruption had deferred and displaced consideration of what corruption meant and the why and how different people conceptualised it and dealt with it. In a book called Interpreting Corruption (Larmour in.
The course is an interdisciplinary introduction to the theory and practice of corruption and anti-corruption. It shows how different understandings of corruption suggest different remedies.
Students will consider definitions, explanations and measures of corruption, and its links to development, politics and culture. The course will also consider ways of evaluating anti-corruption measures The good book in 2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 10 instructs that any method of interpreting the legislation should be to ascertain the intention of Parliament or what Parliament intended the words or provision to achieve”.
The Chain Of Corruption In The Sight Of The Owl: My ://Paying higher wages to public servants in the hope to reduce corruption, marks one of the most frequently proposed anti-corruption policies, both by aid donors and corruption researchers (Azfar et