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Providing Global Public GoodsManaging Globalization$
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Inge Kaul

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780195157406

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0195157400.001.0001

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Corruption and Global Public Goods

Corruption and Global Public Goods

(p.576) Corruption and Global Public Goods
Providing Global Public Goods

Peter Eigen

Christian Eigen‐Zucchi

Oxford University Press

Explains how corruption is a major hindrance to the provision of global public goods, and how international attempts to control corruption, while not always necessarily successful, constitute a global public good in themselves. Explores the difficult incentives surrounding the production of the global public good of corruption control. It also provides a case study showing how an international civil society organization, Transparency International, has helped to build coalitions between governments and private corporations to control corruption in the international arena.

Keywords:   corruption, global public goods, Transparency International

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