Corruption

Corruption is a form of dishonesty or criminal offense undertaken by a person or organization entrusted with a position of authority, to acquire illicit benefit or abuse power for one's private gain. Corruption may include many activities including bribery and embezzlement, though it may also involve practices that are legal in many countries. Political corruption occurs when an office-holder or other governmental employee acts in an official capacity for personal gain. Corruption is most commonplace in kleptocracies, oligarchies, narco-states and mafia states.Corruption and crime are endemic sociological occurrences which appear with regular frequency in virtually all countries on a global …

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WZB: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung · 1 March 2024 English

Katrin Schwenk Nicole Griepentrog Internal Services – Thomas Schuh Research Area Research Area Research Area Research Area Research Area Research Area Research Area Dynamics of Social Inequalities Markets and Choice …

Disabled Employees - Dr. Katja Salomo Prevention of corruption - Prof. Dr. Gunnar Folke Schuppert Advisory Board


SPUR: San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association · 1 March 2024 English

Election further abuse of gift rules and incompatible activities officials, department heads, and commissioners should and the Municipal Executives Association for speaking not be accepting gifts or performing activities that …

ORDINANCE Vote YES SPUR's Recommendation Recent corruption in San Francisco government lays out Commission’s


PCNS: Policy Center for the New South · 1 March 2024 English

One feature though must be highlighted in the case of Brazil: the transition from low- to middle-income types of labor occupancy and economic structure deaccelerated before the end of the …

factor deserves a mention here: public corruption. Corruption can raise the cost of business in everything business. According to Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index, Brazil’s score has fallen sharply institutions must discourage rent-seeking behavior, corruption, and ambiguities in property rights, while simultaneously


World Bank Group · 29 February 2024 English

The document collection discusses the urgent need for increased domestic revenue mobilization in emerging and developing economies (EMDEs) and low-income countries (LICs). It highlights the challenges of declining tax revenues, …

effectiveness, regulatory quality, control of corruption, and rule of law. The average of the four indicators with tax laws and reduces opportunities for corruption and tax evasion. Effective governance also includes investment. Controlling corruption is crucial for effective revenue mobilization. Corruption undermines the integrity significant revenue losses for governments. To control corruption and enhance revenue mobilization, several measures minimize human discretion and opportunities for corruption. Additionally, promoting a culture of integrity


World Bank Group · 29 February 2024 English

application of, and compliance with, the Bank’s Anti-Corruption Guidelines, including without limitation the Procurement Principles and ensure that the Bank’s Anti-Corruption Guidelines and Sanctions Framework and contractual


World Bank Group · 29 February 2024 English

Guidelines on Preventing and Combating Fraud and Corruption in Projects Financed by IBRD Loans and IDA Credits any fraud and corruption issues; (b) alerting bidders against adopting fraud and corruption practices; application of, and compliance with, the Bank’s Anti-Corruption Guidelines, including without limitation the by the World Bank’s policy regarding Fraud and Corruption (corrupt, fraudulent, collusive, coercive, and set out and defined in the World Bank’s Anti-Corruption Guidelines3 in connection with the procurement


World Bank Group · 29 February 2024 English

Association’s prior written concurrence. (k) Fraud and corruption: In accordance with the Procurement Guidelines individuals found to have engaged in fraud and corruption as set forth in the Procurement Guidelines. application of, and compliance with, the Bank’s Anti- Corruption Guidelines, including without limitation the Letter of Acceptance of the World Bank’s Anti-Corruption Guidelines and Sanctions Framework Date: the World Bank’s policy regarding Fraud and Corruption (corrupt, fraudulent, collusive, coercive, and


World Bank Group · 29 February 2024 English

application of, and compliance with, the Bank’s Anti- Corruption Guidelines, including without limitation the


World Bank Group · 29 February 2024 English

financial management guidelines and procedures; (v) corruption and fraud -10- measures; (vi) implementation successor thereto acceptable to the Bank. 2. “Anti-Corruption Guidelines” means, for purposes of paragraph “Guidelines on Preventing and Combating Fraud and Corruption in Projects Financed by IBRD Loans and IDA Credits


World Bank Group · 29 February 2024 English

Procurement Principles and ensure that the Bank’s Anti- Corruption Guidelines and Sanctions Framework and contractual


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