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Title: National Integrity System Country Study Ireland
Author: BYRNE, ELAINE
DEVITT, JOHN
Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/byrnee19
Keywords: corruption
governance
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Transparency International
Citation: Elaine Byrne, John Devitt, National Integrity System Country Study Ireland, Transparency International Ireland, Transparency International, 2009
Abstract: The purpose of the National Integrity Study on Ireland is to assess the National Integrity System, in theory (laws and institutions) and practice (how well they work). It provides a benchmark for measuring further developments and a basis for comparison among a range of countries. It studies signal areas requiring priority action and also form the basis from which stakeholders may assess existing anti-corruption initiatives. This study helps explain, for example,which institutions or sectors,otherwise known as ‘pillars’ have been more successful and why, whether they are mutually supportive and what factors support or inhibit their effectiveness. This creates a strong empirical basis that adds to our understanding of strong or weak performers.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/61826
Related links: http://www.transparency.ie/sites/default/files/NIS_Full_Report_Ireland_2009.pdf
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