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Research outputs: GOVERNANCE
The study aims to investigate the economic benefits as well as socio-economic advantages that are derived from the services provided by the ...
The paper begins by detailing a nuanced understanding of corruption and local government's vulnerability to corruption. This is followed by ...
This implementation framework provides further details on the eight tools that were proposed in the briefing paper. It serves as a guide on ...