Graft and Corruption in the Philippines
This webliography on Graft and Corruption in the Philippines covers selected articles, researches, working papers, studies and reports on graft and corruption in Philippine government. The sites were extracted on the third week of July 2005.
The 2005 SWS Survey of Enterprises on Corruption
Contains "The 2005 SWS Survey of Enterprises on Corruption" by the Social Weather Stations funded by the USAID and the Asia Foundation.
ADB Governance and Anti Corruption: Policies of the Asian Development Bank
Contains documentation of the Philippines Consultation Workshop on the Review of the Implementation of Asian Development Bank's Governance and Anti- corruption Policies.
An Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Philippines
A working paper from Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management entitled "An Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Philippines" by Teresita N. Angeles
Civil Society-Oriented Measures for Enhancing Transparency and Accountability in Governance
and the Civil Service
A paper by Segundo E. Romero, PhD, Senior Consultant, Development Academy of the Philippines entitled Civil Society-Oriented Measures for Enhancing Transparency and Accountability in Governance and the Civil Service.
Combating Corruption in the Philippines.
An article regarding the war against corruption in the Philippines that has taken a fresh turn with the inauguration of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on January 20, 2001, and the subsequent installation of the new government.
Corruption, Poverty and the Loss of Biological Treasure in the Philippines
Antepodium Electronic Journal that contains an article on Corruption, Poverty and the Loss of Biological Treasure in the Philippines.
Corruption Prevention Strategy for the Philippines
A working paper from Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management entitled Corruption Prevention Strategy for the Philippines: Incorporating Ethical Norms in the Performance Appraisal System.
An article published by the Center for Public Integrity on Global integrity: an investigative report tracking corruption, openness and accountability in 25 countries, which includes the Philippines.
Good Governance Against Corruption
Former Philippine president Fidel V. Ramos' keynote address at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy's "Conference on Good Governance Against Corruption", on April 26, 2001.
Graft and Corruption in the Philippines Phase II: Identification of Sectors Vulnerable to corruption
The Asia Foundation, in line with its efforts to promote mutually beneficial state-society relations, provided support to the Social Weather Stations (SWS) for a two-phase exploratory study on graft and corruption. The second phase which this study focuses on identifies the sectors in which Filipinos perceive that graft and corruption occur. This second phase also determines the extent and intensity of such activities in said sectors. The module consist of 20 items and implemented from September 25 - October 11, 1999.
Inventory of Good Governance and Anti-Corruption Programs in the Philippines
AIM-Hills Governance research on the Inventory of Good Governance and Anti-Corruption Programs in the Philippines.
National Workshop on Anti-Corruption Action Plans and Strategies
A documentation of the Centre for Democratic Institutions on National Workshop on Anti-Corruption Action Plans and Strategies.
PTCP Paper on graft and corruption
Contains e-document concerning graft and corruption in the Philippines.
Philippines-Combating Corruption in the Philippines
This report collects and presents available information about corruption issues facing the Philippines, ongoing anticorruption efforts in and outside the government, and suggested elements for a national anticorruption strategy, drawing on global experience.
The Political Economy of Corruption: Studies in Transparent and Accountable Governance
This research project constitutes an important first attempt at locating the problem of corruption in the broader context of Philippine political economy in the light of more recent literature.
Presidential Anti-Graft Commission Executive No. 12
PAGC's mandate Creating the presidential anti-graft commission and providing for its powers, duties and functions and for other purposes.
Proclamation No. 591
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's Proclamation No. 591 declaring the month of May of every year as Anti-graft and corruption awareness month.
Strategies of Corruption Prevention in the Philippines: Mobilizing Civil Society
This working paper argues that one effective strategy for tackling corruption in the Philippines is to more actively involve civil society groups in the governance of the country. This paper examines how this approach is effective for two major areas of corruption, election irregularities and the misuse of public funds by elected officials.
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