Corruption in Service Sectors: National Household Survey 2017

Published: 30 August 2018

It is widely recognised that corruption is one of the major obstacles to poverty reduction and development. In Bangladesh, issues around corruption are central to everyday discussions and concerns of general people, and occupy much of the spaces in mass media. National policies and strategic papers have emphasised on establishing good governance, enforcing law, and creating a people friendly and pro-poor administrative system in order for effective prevention of corruption.

Corruption can occur at various levels of national and socio-economic activities. Corruption occurs in the form of illegal transactions of large sums of money by abuse of power through the network of the influential people at policy level with the involvement of politics, administration and private sector.

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