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   This module is a resource for lecturers   

 

Guidelines to develop a stand-alone course

 

This Module provides an outline for a three-hour class, but there is potential to develop its topics further into a stand-alone course. The scope and structure of such a course will be determined by the specific needs of each context, but a possible structure is presented here as a suggestion.

Session

Topic

 1

Introduction to public sector corruption

 2

Understanding the causes of public sector corruption

 3

Infiltration of public sector agencies by organized crime to further corrupt objectives

 4

Corruption in public procurement

 5

Corruption in health care

 6

Corruption in environmental protection

 7

Corruption in transport administration

 8

Corruption in the legal system

 9

Corruption in natural resource management

 10

Corruption in education

 11

Corruption in defence planning and acquisition

 12

Corruption in border administration

 13

Whistle-blowing - challenges of implementation and organizational morale

 14

Legal and legislative responses to public sector corruption

 15

Leadership responses to public sector corruption

 16

Blockchain: its potential in improving public administration and reducing corruption in the public sector

 17

The role of e-government in reducing public sector corruption

 
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