The problem of corruption came to feature prominently among the governance concerns of the international development community in the 1990s, eventually forming part of the anti-poverty efforts of both multilateral and bilateral aid donors. There can be no doubt as to the seriousness with which the aid community views corruption. Every facet of development is believed to be harmed by it. It is regarded as a particularly significant adversary in the fight against poverty (Doig and McIvor, 1999).
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- Eradicating Corruption
B. C. Smith
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