Table of contents for Fighting corruption in developing countries : strategies and analysis / edited by Bertram I. Spector.

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Forward
Madelene O'Donnell
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 Fighting Corruption
Bertram Spector
Part 1. The Sectoral Dimensions of Corruption
Chapter 2 Justice Sector
Mary Noel Pepys
Chapter 3 Political Parties 
Verena Blechinger
Chapter 4 Health Sector
Taryn Vian
Chapter 5 Education
David Chapman
Chapter 6 Public Finance 
Michael Schaeffer
Chapter 7 Environment 
Svetlana Winbourne
Chapter 8 Energy
Matthias Ruth
Chapter 9 Private Sector 
Russell Webster
Chapter 10 Agriculture
Rodney Fink
Chapter 11 Sectoral Synthesis
Stephen Schwenke
Part 2. Applied Analyses
Chapter 12 Corruption and the Delivery of 
Health and Education Services
Omar Azfar
Chapter 13Learning across Cases: Trends in Anti-
Corruption Strategies
Bertram Spector, Michael Johnston and 
Phyllis Dininio
Chapter 14 The Risks of Re-corruption 
Phyllis Dininio
About the Contributors
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bureaucracy -- Corrupt practices -- Developing countries.
Administrative agencies -- Corrupt practices -- Developing countries.
Corruption -- Developing countries.
Corruption -- Developing countries -- Prevention.