Everyday Corruption and the State

Citizens and Public Officials in Africa

Giorgio Blundo, Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan, and N. B. Arifari

Everyday Corruption and the State

Giorgio Blundo, Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan, and N. B. Arifari

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304 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $52.95 ISBN: 9781842775639 Published August 2006 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Part 1: Approach, Method, Summary
1. Introduction: why should we study everyday corruption and how should we go about it?
2. Corruption in Africa and the social sciences: a review of the literature
3. Everyday corruption in West Africa
4. The popular semiology of corruption
Part 2: Sectoral Studies
5. Corruption in the legal system
6. 'We don't eat the documents' - Corruption in transport, customs and the civil forces
7. Corruption and public procurements
8. Corruption in the health sector
Part 3: Cross-Disciplinary Topics
9. 'An independent republic': Everyday corruption in a Senegalese development co-operation programme
10. The war against corruption in Benin, Niger and Senegal: an historical approach
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