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Shylashri Shankar is Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.
Raghav Gaiha is Retired Professor of Public Policy, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi.
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Introduction: Challenges in the Battle against Corruption
PART I: AN OVERVIEW OF NREGA
1. NREGA's Characteristics and the Methodology of the Study
2. Has NREGA Been Successful?
PART II: FORMAL MECHANISMS TO ENHANCE THE EMPOWERMENT FRAME
3. Install Vulnerable Groups in Positions of Power
4. Enabling Transfers to the Poor
5. Making Social Audits Accountable
PART III: INFORMAL MECHANISMS TO ENHANCE THE EMPOWERMENT FRAME
6. Inform the Poor
7. Networks, Vulnerability, and Agency
8. Does Political Competition Enhance Empowerment?
Conclusion: Is the Battle against Corruption Winnable?