Corruption and the Crisis of Institutional Reforms in Africa (African Studies v. 47.)

Corruption and the Crisis of Institutional Reforms in Africa (African Studies v. 47.)

By: Professor John Mukum Mbaku (editor)Hardback

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This study contains a mixture of analytical ideas and views, and recommends reconstruction of the neo-colonial state as an effective way to deal with this pervasive institution. It examines corruption from a public choice perspective, and part of the book deals specifically with Nigeria.

Contents

Corruption as an important post-independence institution in Africa, John Mukum Mbaku; Bureaucratic and political corruption in Africa, John Mukum Mbaku; Cameroon - jump-starting an economy crisis, Nantang Jua; Limiting administrative corruption in Sierra Leone, Sahr John Kpundeh; Corruption in the Nigerian Public Service, 1945-1960, Toyin Falola; Patriarchy, patronage and power - corruption in Nigeria, Andrew J. Clarno, Toyin Falola; African and international corruption - the strange case of South Africa and Seychelles, Stephen Ellis; Corruption and the crisis of institutional reforms in Africa, John Mukum Mbaku; Bureaucratic corruption in Africa - the futility of cleanups, John Mukum Mbaku; Assessing the future of corruption in Africa - suggestions for further investigation, John Makum Mbaku.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773483514
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 360
  • ID: 9780773483514
  • ISBN10: 0773483519

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