One could persuasively argue that the science of measuring corruption is more an art form than a precisely defi ned empirical process. During the past several years, a fl ood of new work has emerged, challenging the validity of the traditional measurements of corruption and arguing for new and improved tools for national policy makers, civil society and donors alike.

Fuente: Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD)

Año: 2008

Idioma: Inglés