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Local government corruption reform in fragile states. Case study of Myanmar by Heesu Chung
Myanmar: Case study of local government corruption reform
Research and field work exploring local government corruption reform in Myanmar, by Heesu Chung. At the time of the research, the author was a graduate student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA. She is now employed by the Asia Foundation in their San Francisco office.
New blog on Ministry anti-corruption plans in Afghanistan. in the series ‘Corruption in fragile states’ at the Henry J. Leir Institute, Fletcher School of Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA.
In countries enduring high levels of corruption, whether related to conflict or instability, it is easy to see endemic corruption as something overarching, requiring similarly broad reform strategies. However, my experience in Afghanistan suggests the opposite; anti-corruption strategies need to be tailored to the specific enablers and drivers of each particular sector.
Presentation to World Bank on tackling corruption using sector-specific approaches.
Mark Pyman: Sectors as the primary locus for corruption reform. April 2019
A slide talk by Mark Pyman, detailing the purpose and benefits of tackling corruption sector by sector. This talk was given in April 2019 to Ghanaian civil society in Accra, to Communities of Practice within the World Bank, and to an open audience at the Open Gov Hub in Washington DC.