Baltimore, Md. : University of Maryland School of Law, 2007.
56 pages ; 23 cm.
Maryland series in contemporary Asian studies ; 2007, no. 2.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Singapore's policy context Causes of corruption during the Colonial period Ineffectiveness of the anti-corruption branch Singapore's anti-corruption strategy Prevention of Corruption Act The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau Improving salaries of political leaders and civil servants Evaluating Singapore's anti-corruption strategy Lessons for other Asian countries Conclusion.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 50-56).