Corruption and Governance in Africa: Swaziland, Kenya, by Kempe Ronald Hope Sr.

By Kempe Ronald Hope Sr.

This quantity analyzes the corruption phenomenon in Africa and the way to wrestle it from a governance standpoint with illustrated case reviews from 3 of the main corrupt of these countries overlaying, respectively, the Southern Africa area (Swaziland); the japanese Africa area (Kenya); and the Western Africa area (Nigeria). Drawing at the on hand facts, examine literature, and box perform event, the character and volume of corruption are pointed out; the standards influencing the motives and identifying the results of corruption are delineated; measures which were installed position to manage corruption are defined and mentioned; and new coverage suggestions are proposed and recommended to extra successfully keep an eye on the corruption risk in Africa.

Show description

Read or Download Corruption and Governance in Africa: Swaziland, Kenya, Nigeria PDF

Best african books

Male Call: Becoming Jack London

While Jack London died in 1916 at age 40, he used to be the most well-known writers of his time. 80 years later he continues to be probably the most broadly learn American authors on this planet. the 1st significant severe research of London to seem in a decade, Male name analyzes the character of his charm by way of heavily reading how the suffering younger author sought to advertise himself in his early paintings as a sympathetic, romantic guy of letters whose charismatic masculinity may possibly hold extra value than his phrases themselves.

Rethinking African Cultural Production

Frieda Ekotto, Kenneth W. Harrow, and a global workforce of students set forth new understandings of the stipulations of latest African cultural creation during this forward-looking quantity. Arguing that it's very unlikely to appreciate African cultural productions with no wisdom of the constructions of construction, distribution, and reception that encompass them, the essays grapple with the moving inspiration of what "African" potential while many African authors and filmmakers not stay or paintings in Africa.

An Introduction to the Literature of Equatorial Guinea: Between Colonialism and Dictatorship

Spain’s purely former colony in sub-Saharan Africa, Equatorial Guinea is domestic to a literature of transition—songs of freedom within which authors examine their identification in the context of modern colonialism and dictatorship.            An creation to the Literature of Equatorial Guinea is the 1st book-length severe examine of this literature, a multigenre research encompassing fifty years of poetry, drama, essays, and prose fiction.

Extra info for Corruption and Governance in Africa: Swaziland, Kenya, Nigeria

Sample text

The state of healthcare in Africa. pdf. Accessed 12 Jan 2016. Lewis, M. (2007). Informal payments and the financing of health care in developing and transition countries. Health Affairs, 26(4), 984–997. , & Lee, M-H. (2016). Corruption costs lives: A cross-country study using an IV approach. The International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 31(2), 175–190. , & Sun, M. (2012). Informal payments in developing countries’ public health sectors. Pacific Economic Review, 17(4), 514–524. Lumumba, P.

Hussmann, K. (2006). Why are health systems prone to corruption?  4–16). London: Pluto Press.  S. (2009). Estimates of health care professional shortages in sub-Saharan Africa by 2015. Health Affairs, 28(5), w849–w862. , & Groot, W. (2015). Informal payments for health care services: The case of Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine. Journal of Eurasian Studies, 6(1), 46–58. , & Mwisongo, A. (2009). Understanding informal payments in health care: Motivation of health workers in Tanzania. Human Resources for Health, 7(53), 1–9.

2009). Anticorruption assessment handbook: Final report. Washington, DC: USAID. Uslaner, E. M. (2008). Corruption, inequality, and the rule of law: The bulging pocket makes the easy life. New York: Cambridge University Press. Vian, T. (2008). Review of corruption in the health sector: Theory, methods and interventions. Health Policy and Planning, 26(4), 984–997. , & Mathisen, H. ). (2010). Anticorruption in the health sector: Strategies for transparency and accountability. Sterling: Kumarian Press.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.24 of 5 – based on 7 votes