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World Bank policy and research bulletin (8,3) (English)

Reducing corruption.

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  • Document Date

    1997/07/31

  • Document Type

    Newsletter

  • Report Number

    17420

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    World Bank policy and research bulletin (8,3)

  • Keywords

    corruption;small water supply;canal water rates for irrigation;public sector pricing policy;freedom of the press;Urban Water Supply;civil service wage;opportunities for corruption;risks of tobacco;health insurance premium;rates of tobacco;cost of evaluation;estimates of emissions;capital income taxation;agricultural trade liberalization;cultural heritage investment;preferential trading arrangements;cost of credit;source of financing;credibility of rule;Rule of Law;benefits of regulation;separation of power;private commercial bank;reduction of poverty;privately owned bank;rules of conduct;Check and Balances;pollution abatement cost;process of investigation;cost of pollution;rate of investment;civil service salary;exchange rate adjustment;incentives for providers;economies in transition;Computable General Equilibrium;types of contract;private sector financing;agricultural extension program;formal water market;availability of credit;Poverty & Inequality;Poverty and Trade;basic social service;ownership of reform;flow of information;corrupt behavior;pollution intensity;consultative mechanism;ample opportunity;executive agency;pollution control;state agency;contingent valuation;banking system;financial reform;state power;public official;microfinance program;enterprise restructuring;water pollutant;research program;regulatory priority;pollution problem;environmental regulation;public funding;income gap;Outer Islands;irreversible investment;debt maturity;pollution level;firm performance;pollution load;technology accumulation;environment agency;data bank;traditional business;manufacturing plant;secondary market;payment information;sound bank;long-term finance;market failure;water resource;brady bond;toxic substance;competition policy;trading system;infrastructure company;tariff indices;local condition;social indicator;water pollution;banking operation;broad access;population pressure;water pricing;environmental data;privatization method;enrollment increase;Health Service;brazilian amazon;socioeconomic data;research output;pilot program;public debt;Competition Law;tobacco product;Bank Credit;budgetary subsidies;budgetary subsidy;improved service;private entrepreneur;foreign tourist;loss-making enterprise;valuation method;political institution;social cost;organizational practice;benefit analysis;smoking patterns;cost-benefit analysis;producer surplus;tobacco consumption;institutional form;medical cost;organizational goal;private interest;legal officials;water poverty;pollution regulation;econometric technique;regulatory capacity;political setting;medium-size enterprise;private contract;public ownership;judiciary reform;extrabudgetary fund;brick wall;ordinary citizens;controlling corruption;oversight mechanism;institutional condition;net effect;environmental regulatory;mutual trust;medical expense;tourist revenue;hard budget;market premium;anticorruption commission;citizen complaints;government contractor;citizen groups;government power;legislative service;industrial country;red tape;import quota;natural monopolies;investment level;gross investment;investment rate;judicial resolution;combating corruption;discretionary authority;foreign trade;entry barrier;private industry;deliberation council;regulatory regime;secret fund;rent seeking;productive capital;political legitimacy;police protection;internationally comparable;state intervention;executive branch;implementing policy;university press;state action;common good;civil society;check arrangement;private company;watchdog institutions;government structure;agricultural finance;political pressure;improved technologies;emission standard;institutional design;Water Allocation;target price;municipal water;global growth;normal market;support policy;public resource;monthly water;plant level;water charge;program offering;journal subscription;water use;Support for Agriculture;income inequality;financial service;declining inequality;protection agency;

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World Bank policy and research bulletin (8,3) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/864951468766457529/World-Bank-policy-and-research-bulletin-8-3