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2005’E KADARKİ TARİHSEL SÜREÇTE ETİOPYA'DA YOLSUZLUK VE YOLSUZLUKLA MÜCADELE ARAŞTIRMALARI

Corruption is a ‘cancer’ of development. The term is commonly applied to self-benefiting conduct by public officials and servants. Although the nature, type and activities of corruption vary from place to place and time to time in Ethiopian history, it remained one of the bottlenecks of development. This paper explores the historical perspectives of corruption and anti-corruption phenomena from 1930 to 2005. In this research both primary and secondary sources were employed. Primary sources were collected from some government offices that are assumed to have links with both corruption and anti-corruption activities. The primary source was cross checked with existing secondary data through triangulation and interpretation approach. It is obvious that the impacts of corruption to all people are worse particularly to the marginalized and poor ones. Literatures revealed that corruption remained a serious problem to social, economic and political development of the country. The results of the research show that corruption exists since the period under investigation at different offices, with different system posing a great challenge to the country’s overall development. The paper also revealed that government’s attempt to curb corruption during three regimes also varies considerably.



Keywords
Ethiopia, Corruption, Anti-corruption, Political development,



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