Literature review of corruption and anti-corruption in Palestine

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Published on 17 October 2012 as a U4 Helpdesk answer
Can you please provide a literature review of corruption and anti-corruption in Palestine?

Purpose


This will inform the country context section of our upcoming Anti-corruption and Counter fraud Strategy. We need to take a political economy approach to this section.


Content


1. Surveys and indices
2. Reports and case studies
3. Academic papers and studies
4. Other resources


Summary


There are comparatively few publicly available sources of information and academic papers on corruption and anti-corruption for Palestine (in English). This answer compiles a list of reports, case studies and academic papers publicly available on corruption in Palestine as well as broader resources that may be helpful for conducting a political economy analysis. This is meant as a complement of the answer providing an overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Palestine that was compiled by the Helpdesk earlier this year.

Author(s): Marie Chêne, Transparency International, mchene@transparency.org
Reviewed by: N/A
Publication date: 17 October 2012
Number: 351

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Country / Territory - Palestine   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Governance   |   Humanitarian assistance   |   Politics and government   
Tags - literature review   

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