Democracy Governance Transition
corruption, public administration, transparency,
This USAID guide discusses political finance in emerging democracies to increase understanding by USAID field staff, host-country political leaders, civil society organizations, and the media of the sometimes obscure and sensitive topic of political finance. It also suggests some practical technical assistance options that encourage the use of disclosure as a methodology for strengthening national democratic political processes.
United States Agency for International Development, www.usaid.gov
Washington DC, USA
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