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Title:Fighting corruption in Africa: an institutional appraisal of the scope and the effectiveness of anti-corruption system and policies in Cameroon
Author:Nguemegne, Jacques P.ISNI
Year:2009
Periodical:African Administrative Studies (ISSN 0007-9588)
Issue:73
Pages:143-177
Language:English
Geographic term:Cameroon
Subjects:corruption
government policy
Abstract:Corruption has reached an endemic level in Cameroon. Using an institutional approach, the researcher presents a holistic description and a critical analysis of anti-corruption institutions and initiatives with an emphasis on their missions, goals, structures, activities, outcomes and limitations. The main purpose is to determine the structural, functional, systemic as well as behavioural patterns typical of the national anti-corruption process, to find out the reasons behind the failure of the system (a 'patchwork' according to the author), and outline the necessary anti-corruption reforms that can be undertaken. Though emphasis is laid on systemic aspects, and in-depth analysis of particular aspects of corruption or of the groups involved is overlooked, major patterns of the existing anti-corruption (and corruption) system and policies are uncovered, and suggestions for the reform of ongoing policies are made. Bibligr., notes, ref., sum. [Journal abstract, edited]
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