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State of Anti-Corruption and Integrity in the Netherlands

International & Comparative

State of Anti-Corruption and Integrity in the Netherlands

International & Comparative

Samenvatting

Among politicians and businessmen in the Netherlands, the general feeling is that integrity comes first in their businesslike relationships. Corruption is something that goes on in the Third World. This perception is strengthened annually by Transparency International’s publication of the so-called ‘Corruption Perceptions Index’ (CPI), which ranks the  Netherlands, more often than not, among the top ten countries of the world in terms of integrity.What do observers from their posts in international agencies see as the reality? Do they agree? The following documentation contains data and views from sources made available by UNODC, UN Global Compact, OECD, GRECO (Council of Europe), Transparency  International, European Union, and others, which do not conform to the prevailing views held by Dutch politicians and businesspeople concerning their own integrity.

OrganisatieSaxion
AfdelingAcademie ABRR
LectoraatOverheid, Markt & Samenleving
Datum2010-04-01
TypeBoek
TaalEngels

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