qThis edited collection of the papers presented during the Third ADB-OECD Conference on Combating Corruption in the Asia-Pacific Region, held in November 2001, presents the conference's discussion of the difficult task of preventing corruption. Discussed are the progress and major barriers encountered in the fight against corruption in the region, with specific reports from Cambodia, Nepal, and Australia. An examination of recent measures on promoting transparency through disclosure of information introduced in Japan and Pakistan is also presented. The successes and challenges of current initiatives by policy makers and market participants are discussed and encouraging experiences from Australia and Japan in investigating, prosecuting, and sanctioning bribery offenses are related, helping developing member countries formulate their own ideas of best approaches under their cultural and legal frameworks.qPapers Presented at the Third ADB/OECD Conference on Combating Corruption in the Asia-Pacific Region : Tokyo, Japan, ... on a private individual, a work plan, a project and the projecta#39;s annual expenditure estimates, and manuals or orders anbsp;...
|Title||:||Taking Action Against Corruption in Asia and the Pacific|
|Author||:||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Asian Development Bank|