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Fighting Corruption

Abstract: The growing distrust of government and widespread public rage against corruption are driven by what citizens experience in their day-to-day interactions with a variety of public agencies. The solution to this problem lies in the reform of the public service design and delivery at all levels of government. Transparency inpublic governance can go a longway in reducing the scope forcorruption. That discretionary decision-making under the shadow of non-transparency is tailor-made to breed corruption is borne out by numerous recent cases.
Kindly cite the article as: Samuel Paul, “Fighting Corruption”, Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 46, No. 35, 17-19 (2011).

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Developed Citizen Report Cards, began to engage in research on state projects
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