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Corruption in Afghanistan: Bribery as Reported by the Victims
Enrico Bisogno (ed); Anna Alvazzi del Frate (ed); Philip Davis (ed); Antonio Maria Costa (fr)
Poverty and violence are usually portrayed as the biggest challenges confronting Afghanistan. But the Afghans themselves say that corruption is their biggest worry. 59% of the population say that the daily experience of public dishonesty is a bigger concern than insecurity and unemploy. Contents: 1. Prevalence of bribery: Geographic patterns; Profile of victims; Experiences of bribery; 2. Nature of bribes: Econ. dimension of bribery; 3. Bribery in the public admin.: Pilot survey in judicial sector; 4. Perception and awareness of corruption; 5. Institutional and social factors affecting bribery: Accessibility of info. from gov’t. agencies; Quality of services; Perception of anti-corruption authorities; Debate regarding corruption; Social acceptance of corruption. Ill.
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