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Título : Fighting corruption : a non-corporate perspective
Autor : Bendaña, Alejandro
Palabras clave : Corruption;Economy;Governance;Imperialism;Politic science;Privatization;Public policy
Fecha de publicación : 2008
Editorial : CEI, Centro de Estudios Internacionales
International South Group Network
Jubilee South
Resumen : The dominant definition and framework for the analysis of corruption – which then informs or misleadsthe ways to address corruption -- is much too narrow a definition and itself a construct of the systemic abuse of economic power as it presents itself today in the world. Ours is a global justice perspective and our objective is to place corruption in the contemporary context of corporate globalization. We wish to reach important constituencies outraged about corruption and help channel that understanding into a broader movement that tackles corruption atthe root and structural level, and not simply in a few corporate-friendly limited expressions. We view corruptionas aprocessfacilitatedby institutions and economic interests, and not simply single acts by single individuals chiefly in the South. With this in mind, we articulate a broader and more contemporary understanding of corruption that can help people, victims in particular, account for many of the daily economic injustices suffered.
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