Governments, NGOs and Anti-Corruption: The New Integrity Warriors

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-02-04
  • Publisher: Routledge

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The purpose of this book is to understand the rise, future, and implications of these new kinds of "integrity warriors" and to locate them in a wider context and history of anti-corruption activity.

Table of Contents

List of illustrationsp. xiii
List of contributorsp. xiv
Forewordp. xvi
Series editor's prefacep. xix
Preface and acknowledgementsp. xxi
List of abbreviationsp. xxiii
Introductionp. 1
Theories and concepts: corruption, anti-corruption, and democratic politicsp. 17
International anti-corruption as a programme of normalizationp. 19
Anti-corruption as a risk to democracy: on the unintended consequences of international anti-corruption campaignsp. 33
The development of inspection and oversight: blind alleys and open vistas in the case of American procurement policyp. 51
The vices and virtues of governmental anti-corruptionp. 63
Matching workload, management and resources: setting the context for 'effective' anti-corruption commissionsp. 65
Anti-corruption bodies as discourse-controlling instruments: experiences from south-east Europep. 85
Warriors in chains: institutional legacies and anti-corruption programmes in Taiwan and South Koreap. 102
Populist anti-corruption and military coups: the clean-up campaign in Fiji 2006-07p. 120
The vices and virtues of non-governmental anti-corruptionp. 133
Transnational anti-corruption advocacy: a multi-level analysis of civic action in Russiap. 135
How do international organizations scrutinize transforming states? - the case of Transparency International and the Baltic statesp. 152
Corruption and anti-corruption in Southeast Europe: landscapes and sitesp. 168
TI in search of a constituency: the institutionalization and franchising of the global anti-corruption doctrinep. 186
Conclusionp. 209
Bibliographyp. 215
Indexp. 236
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