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Corruption in Aid-funded Emergency Procurement

Based on U4 Issue which aims to unpack and analyse the problem of corruption in aid-funded emergency procurement, for the purposes of mitigating risk. How and where does corruption typically occur, and what can be done?

22 January 2016
Corruption in Aid-funded Emergency Procurement

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Schultz, J.; Søreide, T.; (2016) Corruption in Aid-funded Emergency Procurement. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Issue 2006:7)

Jessica Schultz
Tina Søreide


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