저자 : Prabin Maharjan(Ph.D student) Pan Suk Kim(Professor)
출간연도 : 2017
제목: Tackling a Hard Reform Agenda in Developing Countries:The Case of Anti-Corruption Reforms in Nepal
학술지명(상세정보) : 한국부패학회보 저122권 제1호
Corruption is one of the major obstacles in eradicating severe poverty, promoting good governance, and accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations, especially in developing countries. Even though almost every nation has established some anti-corruption legal provisions and agencies along with anti-conuption reform measures, they have not been effective in eradicating corruption and promoting good governance. Nepal is no exception in this matter. Past attempts to tackle corruption have been ineffective, and corruption is widespread and continuously increasing in Nepal. The objective of this study is to analyze the anti-corruption reforms in Nepal and thereby draw lessons for the future. Raising the main question of why anti-corruption reforms fail in Nepal, various anti-corruption policies and agencies are discussed to answer the research question. In addition, the performance of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) is analyzed for an overview of anti-corruption practice in Nepal as well as its failure in tackling corruption there.