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Preface Introduction 1. The costs of corruption Part I. Corruption as an Economic Problem: 2. The economic impact of corruption 3. Corruption of high level officials 4. Reducing incentives and increasing costs 5. Reform of the Civil Service Part II. Corruption as a Cultural Problem: 6. Bribes, patronage and giftgiving Part III. Corruption as a Political Problem 7. Corruption and politics 8. Democracy and corruption: incentives and reforms 9. Controlling political power Part IV. Achieving Reform: 10. The role of the international community 11. Domestic conditions for reform Conclusions.