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Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading . The Global Corruption Report 2006 focuses on corruption and health.

Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. The book includes expert reports on the risks of corruption in different health care systems; the scale of the problem, from high-level corruption in Costa Rica to counterfeit medicines in Nigeria to health care fraud in the United States; the costs of corruption in hospital administration and the problem of informal payments for health care; the impact of corruption at various points. of the pharmaceutical chain; and anti-corruption challenges posed by the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Founded in 1993, Transparency International is an international non-governmental organisation based .

Founded in 1993, Transparency International is an international non-governmental organisation based in Berlin, Germany, with national offices in close to 90 countries worldwide. Transparency International is politically non-partisan. Its mission is to build anti-corruption coalitions that embrace governments, the private sector and civil society.

Global Corruption Report 2006. Transparency International. PPluto A special thank you to Gerard Waite for his work during the early stages of commissioning the report, and to TI interns Conny Abel. Contributions to the Global Corruption Report 2006 by authors external to Transparency International do not necessarily reflect the views of Transparency International or its national chapters. A special thank you to Gerard Waite for his work during the early stages of commissioning the report, and to TI interns Conny Abel, Sarah Hees, Tom Lavers, Hazel Mowbray, Georg Neumann, Mathilde Piard, Amber Poroznuk and Aaron Rajania. Global Corruption Report 2006.

The Global Corruption Report is one of Transparency International's flagship publications, bringing together experts from all over the world to discuss and analyze corruption in a specific sector. Most recent reports have focused on corruption in climate change, the private sector, water and the judiciary. In 2013, it is in its eleventh year of publication.

Global Corruption Report 2006 book. From high-level bribery in Costa Rica to informal payments in Hungary, case studies from around the world explore the characteristics of the health sector that make it so prone to corruption.

They may conclude, therefore, that systematic efforts to combat corruption in the health field are not needed

While possibly a minor point, it may unfortunately mean that some in the health arena who should read it, will overlook this thought-provoking document. They may conclude, therefore, that systematic efforts to combat corruption in the health field are not needed.

From high-level bribery in Costa Rica to informal payments in Hungary, case studies from around the world explore the characteristics of the health sector that make it so prone to corruption. In a special section dedicated to corruption in HIV/AIDS, the report warns that the large sums being poured into fighting the world’s deadliest diseases need to be safeguarded against abuse.

The Global Corruption Report 2006 focuses on corruption and health.

TI has once again shown its ability to combine research and policy analysis not just to shine a light on the deeply embedded problems of corruption ... but to propose progressive solutions. Former World Bank President James Wolfensohn on the Global Corruption ReportIn the health sector, corruption is a matter of life or death. It can take many forms: from medical professionals who sell medicines or services that should be freely available, to high-level government officials who embezzle money from health budgets, to pharmaceutical companies that buy influence over research agendas. The impact of corruption is always felt by the end user -- the sick person who is forced to pay over the odds or who is given unsafe, counterfeit medicines. The 2006 edition of Transparency International’s Global Corruption Report shows the impact that corruption has on health care in rich and poor countries. From high-level bribery in Costa Rica to informal payments in Hungary, case studies from around the world explore the characteristics of the health sector that make it so prone to corruption. In a special section dedicated to corruption in HIV/AIDS, the report warns that the large sums being poured into fighting the world’s deadliest diseases need to be safeguarded against abuse. There is also a detailed analysis of the problems of the pharmaceutical system.The report also offers an annual round-up of worldwide developments and tracks major trends in more than 40 countries.The Global Corruption Report 2006 is the only report of its kind, and is an essential reference source for anyone who wants the latest research on how corruption affects everything from health to education and the oil and gas industries.
Global Corruption Report 2006: Special Focus: Corruption and Health download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Transparency International
ISBN: 0745325084
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Pluto Press (December 20, 2005)
Pages: 384 pages