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The present book explores the nature, forms, causes, costs and remedies of administrative corruption in the service-delivery sectors of Bangladesh a developing country of South Asia. A behavioural approach was adopted in conducting the study on 10 service-delivery sectors of Dhaka city. The study showed that there were marked differences between the perceptions of service-recipients and service-providers in their assessment of officials as well as their attitude towards corruption. The findings supported the view that Bangladesh society was caught in a cycle of vice and vengefulness, abetted…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The present book explores the nature, forms, causes, costs and remedies of administrative corruption in the service-delivery sectors of Bangladesh a developing country of South Asia. A behavioural approach was adopted in conducting the study on 10 service-delivery sectors of Dhaka city. The study showed that there were marked differences between the perceptions of service-recipients and service-providers in their assessment of officials as well as their attitude towards corruption. The findings supported the view that Bangladesh society was caught in a cycle of vice and vengefulness, abetted by 'demonstration effect' and 'bandwagon effect' of corruption; and behavioural aspects of corruption were as important as structural and functional ones for a proper understanding of administrative corruption in Bangladesh. The book provides valuable insights by an insider into the causes, costs and remedies of corruption in a tradition-based developing society like Bangladesh and would prove invaluable for researchers, academics and practitioners working in the fields of public policy and public management.
Autorenporträt
Dr. Helal Uddin Ahmed, een hooggeplaatst lid van het ambtenarenapparaat van Bangladesh, is in 2012 door de Universiteit van Rajshahi gepromoveerd op zijn proefschrift over bestuurlijke corruptie in Bangladesh. Hij deed ook een MA in Government Financial Management van de Universiteit van Ulster in het Verenigd Koninkrijk.