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|Title:||A STUDY OF CORRUPTION EFFECT ON AFGHANISTAN’S GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS SINCE 2001|
|Authors:||Ebrahimi, hmad Masoud|
|Abstract:||Corruption is defined as misuse of entrusted authority for private and personal gains. İt occurs when the public officials misuse the trust placed or power given to them as public servant for financial or non-monetary gain. The problem of corruption in Afghanistan has been so wide spread since 2001 that the country is one of most corrupted one in world according Transparency International. The current research is a study about corruption in Afghanistan government, and the focus of the study is since 2001, when the Taliban were ousted and new government was established. The research study explains how significant the disease of the corruption is in Afghanistan. It also explains, in the first chapter, the methodology that is used for conducting the research. Secondary data is used, and gathered from books, NGOs and international organizations reports, articles, and journals. In the second chapter, corruption is conceptualized with definitions and its different forms. However, the following the chapters explains different prevalence types of corruption in Afghanistan. This illustrates the problem of corruption in educational sector, tax assessment and collection sector, public service provider institutions. In the next, the Afghanistan’s government efforts to tackle corruption are explained, and the last chapter explains the effects corruption has had for the Afghanistan, and it provides recommendations for the Afghan government in curbing corruption.|
|Appears in Collections:||Tezler -Thesis|
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