Combatting Corruption in the Commonwealth Caribbean

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Combatting Corruption in the Commonwealth Caribbean

Contributors: Roger Koranteng
Publication date: 1 June 2022
ISBN: 978-1-84859-997-0
Pages: 164

This book, Combatting Corruption in the Commonwealth Caribbean, has been published by the Public Sector Governance Unit of the Commonwealth Secretariat to highlight the ways in which six Commonwealth Caribbean countries have made significant progress in combatting corruption. The Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines. These countries have been selected due to their relatively strong scores on Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) or because they have registered a significant improvement in their score on this index over the past decade.
The book identifies the factors and institutions within these six countries that have contributed to the reduction of the impact of corruption and tries to account for the elements – both technical and political – that have enabled them to implement successful anti-corruption strategies. It includes lessons learnt, challenges and recommendations

ContentsExpand or collapse me
1 Introduction
Roger Koranteng PhD

2 The Bahamas
Lemarque A Cambell

3 Barbados
Dirk Harrison

4 Dominica
Julian Johnson

5 Grenada
Colin McDonald PhD

6 Saint Lucia
Dawn de Coteau PhD

7 St Vincent and the Grenadines
Matthew Goldie-Scott