Thursday, August 04, 2005

Corruption 'slowing down development drive' :: GN

Abu Dhabi: Administrative corruption is hampering development plans and undermining confidence between the state and its citizens, according to a police study. "Administrative corruption is one of the most devastating behaviours as its runs counter to the development drive," said a study conducted by Abu Dhabi Police's Centre for Security Research and Studies. The study, called Security in the Face of Administrative Corruption, cited psychological, environmental and administrative factors as well as poor control, lenient judicial deterrence and weak security organs as the main reasons behind administrative corruption.
This editorial is exactly on target. It is a sign of maturity to point out your organization's own faults and to go after them.

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Blogger EclectEcon said...

Lee Coppock said somethint similar at Marginal Revolution last month. It's pretty hard for the market to work when the property rights are poorly defined and poorly enforced.

http://www.marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2005/07/corruption.html

6:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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7:26 AM  

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