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...  "Corruption," he noted, "is a major problem not only in Jamaica, in developing countries, but in developed countries as well." The book's author said that the ideas for the book, fully titled CORRUPTION, ...
... for breaches of law; disclose of insider trading faster. The … laws concerning governance must be compatible with other countries to ensure outside investment.  (Corporate Governance Conference 2003, Toronto, ...
... more heavily on backs of the poor people of underdeveloped countries than it does on those living in rich and developed ones. Skilled regulators are fewer and the quality of their skill less developed, ...
... So public organizations continue to make demands on the public purse, many of those demands cannot be met in poor countries like my own. At the same time there is little clarity as to the objectives many ...
... to construct and maintain.  Competition agencies in all countries compete with the rest of the public bureaucracies for public financing and human resources but in a small state, where the pool of resources ...
6. There is no spoon
(Blog/Policy)
... appearances are far more important than reality. Corrupt countries I invited my audience at the conference to consider a country where the ruling political party encourages political contributions ...
... of the IMF position was that poor countries should not have inappropriate aspirations.  Consumption was for rich countries. Poor countries, like India, should be content with subsistence. The image the ...
8. The big gamble
(Blog/Policy)
... the wealth and development of poor small countries cannot be achieved by the application of tactics only. Even if they are successful, they provide only small victories: the occasional balancing of the ...
... of corruption fall more readily and more easily on poor Third World countries. When such allegations are made against governments in rich countries, they are quickly forgotten. Can you imagine if the allegation ...
10. Schools
(Blog/Other)
... a boarding school education is just too expensive for developing countries.   And after I left university, I arrived at the Jamaica Defence Force Coast Guard.  This was more than a university.  This ...

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