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Does Greater Accountability Improve the Quality of Public Service Delivery? Evidence from Uganda

Does Greater Accountability Improve the Quality of Public Service Delivery? Evidence from Uganda
by FRAME Administrator last modified Dec 21, 2016 11:14 AM
Contributors: KLAUS DEININGER and PAUL MPUGA, The World Bank, Washington, DC, USA

The manuscript has three parts: in the first two, they demonstrate that corruption is widespread in Uganda and they assess factors that contribute to it; in the third, they use what they claim to be an instrumental variable approach (which would make the study quasi-experimental) to gauge whether communities that have a larger share of households who know how to report corruption then face less corruption.

Author(s): KLAUS DEININGER and PAUL MPUGA, The World Bank, Washington, DC, USA

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