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This volume analyzes the corruption phenomenon in Africa and how to combat it from a governance perspective with illustrated case studies from three of the most corrupt of those nations covering, respectively, the Southern Africa region (Swaziland); the Eastern Africa region (Kenya); and the Western Africa region (Nigeria). Drawing on the available data, research literature, and field practice experience, the nature and extent of corruption are identified; the factors influencing the causes and determining the consequences of corruption are delineated; measures that have been put in place to control corruption are outlined and discussed; and new policy solutions are proposed and advocated to more effectively control the corruption menace in Africa.
|Publication date:||3rd February 2017|
|Author:||Sr., Kempe Ronald Hope|
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing AG|
|Categories:||Corruption in society, Political corruption, Public administration, Comparative politics,|
Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr., formerly a senior official with the United Nations, is the Director of the Policy Division, Development Practice International, Canada. His recent books include Police Corruption and Police Reforms in Developing Societies (2016), The Political Economy of Development in Kenya (2012), and Poverty, Livelihoods, and Governance in Africa: Fulfilling the Development Promise (2008).More About Sr., Kempe Ronald Hope