New publication: informal governance and corruption in Kazakhstan
If you are interested in the links between informal governance and corruption, you'll want to read this new publication on Human resource management practices of (anti) corruption mechanisms within informal networks. It is by Maral Muratbekova-Touron and Tolganay Umbetalijeva, our partners in a current research project on Informal Governance and Corruption funded by DFID through its Anti-Corruption Evidence Programme.
The article deals with how corruption in procurement in Kazakhstan can be understood in similar terms as human resource management practices, but applied to informal networks of powerful interests.
You'll find this publication and many more on our Informal Governance website.
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