ABSTRACT. The mainstay of the paper is formed by an analysis of the impact of ICT governed programs and initiatives to curb corruption, the control of corruption through e-governance, the potential of e-governance to cut corruption and improve governance, and factors that cause corruption and the potential of e-government to mitigate corruption. In this paper I am particularly interested in exploring the potential impacts of ICT on corruption, ICT as a useful and practical policy tool for reducing corruption, the concept of public sector corruption, and TIB’s social move- ment against corruption. pp. 210–215
JEL codes: L98, D73, O16

Keywords: e-government, corruption, transparency, ICT, public sector

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