3 edition of Corruption as a fifth factor of production in the Sudan found in the catalog.
Corruption as a fifth factor of production in the Sudan
El Wathig Kameir
Bibliography: p. 30-33.
|Statement||El-Wathig Kameir, Ibrahim Kursany.|
|Series||Research report,, no. 72, Research report (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet) ;, no. 72.|
|LC Classifications||DT1 .N64 no. 72, JQ3981.S825C6 .N64 no. 72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||85178773|
Potential Causes and Consequences of South Sudan becoming a “Failed State”: Political and Legal Transformation from a Liberation Movement to a Democratic Government (First published in the book Legal Transformation in Northern Africa and South Sudan, (Published in August by Eleven International Publishing) by Mehari Taddele Maru. Sudan (/ s uː ˈ d ɑː n /; Arabic: السودان as-Sūdān), officially the Republic of the Sudan (Arabic: جمهورية السودان Jumhūriyyat as-Sūdān), is a country in Northeast ed by Egypt to the north, Libya to the northwest, Chad to the west, the Central African Republic to the southwest, South Sudan to the south, Ethiopia to the southeast, Eritrea to Calling code: +
With this understanding, corruption is a well-established phenomenon in Sudan. This is to the extent that two academic researchers from the University of Khartoum concluded, as early as the mids, that it constituted the Fifth _ factor of production and income generation in addition to profit, interest, wages and rent South Sudan economic update (English) Abstract. Real GDP is projected to further contract by percent in FY, following the contraction of about percent in FY Monetization of the fiscal deficit led to strong money growth and high .
South Sudan is spiraling into dark tunnel, from corruption to repression and dictatorship. SS will not be corruption free. because it becomes a part of the system and uproot an adopted thing always takes time if effort is exerted. corruption will not be got rid of because those who are involved in the practice are handling huge family members at the expense of others and to . Corruption can mean different things for different people. In short, corruption means the practice of obtaining power, influence, or other personal gains through illegitimate means, often at others' expense. Corruption is an unconscionable advantage, profit or gain of injustice through the abuse of authority and power (Ubani ).Reviews:
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Corruption as a "Fifth" Factor of Production in the Sudan. Book Published Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Language English Series Research Report / Scandinavian Institute of African Studies Corruption as a "fifth" factor of production in the Sudan / c| El-Wathig Kameir, Ibrahim Kursany.
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Corruption as the "Fifth" Factor of Production in the Sudan. RESEARCH REPORTS Below you will lind a list of Re~earch Reparts pu blished by the institute. Same of the reporb are unfortunately out of print. Xero-copie5 of these reporb can be obtained at a eost of Skf. In addition to Hages, rent, profits and interests, corruption could be considered as a fifth factor in determining the distribution of the national product and perhaps is the most important among them in a Sudanes e context.
(English) Report (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet,p.
32 Series Research report, ISSN Corruption as a "fifth" factor of production in the Sudan By El-Wathig Kameir and Ibrahim Kursany Topics: Africa; Corruption; Political problems; Production; Production factors, Political science, StatsvetenskapAuthor: El-Wathig Kameir and Ibrahim Kursany.
This study is a descriptive and a theoretical analysis of corruption in Sudan. Given the causes and current level of corruption in the country, the current paper aims to determine some of the possible remedies of corruption.
The study investigates the political, economic, social and legislative factors that contribute to the spread of corruption in the : Niematallah Elamin. Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in South Sudan 2 in Juba was granted a large degree of autonomy.
The CPA further provided for self-determination for the people of Southern Sudan. The referendum was held in January when 98% of South Sudanese voted for independence. The Republic of South Sudan was established on July 9. The Causes of Sudan’s Recent Economic Decline Haitham Abdualaziz Almosharaf 1, Fung Deng Tian 2 School of Economics and Management Lanzhou Jiaotong University, China Abstract: Most of economists use the background of the civil war in Sudan to analyze the Sudanese economic decline in the last three decades.
Sudan was subject to comprehensive US sanctions, which were lifted in October Sudan is attempting to develop non-oil sources of revenues, such as gold mining and agriculture, while carrying out an austerity program to reduce expenditures.
The world’s largest exporter of gum Arabic, Sudan produces % of the world’s total output. Summary. After decades of political turmoil, unrest, and civil war, Sudan faces many of the governance and corruption challenges that affect both conflict torn and resource rich countries, including fragile state institutions, low administrative capacity, weak systems of checks and balance, and blurred distinctions between.
Corruption and anti-corruption in Sudan 2 1 Overview of corruption in Sudan Background Since the country gained independence from the British inSudan has been torn by decades of unrest and civil war, as well as ethnic, religious and economic conflicts involving Northern and Southern Sudan.
Sudan presents one of the most challenging business environments in the world. Sectors where foreign investments are concentrated, such as construction and transportation, are recognized worldwide as being very prone to corruption. Corruption exists in every sector of the economy and in every level of the Sudanese government.
Corruption and anti-corruption in Sudan Sextortion: Middle East and North Africa Sextortion is one of the most significant forms of gendered corruption and although women’s rights have advanced unevenly across the Middle East and North Africa, positive momentum has been building in the region over the last decade.
CORRUPTION AND ANTI-CORRUPTION IN THE PHILIPPINES 3 COR RUP TION up to 30 per cent of allotted budgets to government projects were lost due to corruption (Bertelsmann Foundation ). A report by Global Financial Integrity also estimates that between andthe Philippines lost US$ billion in illicit.
For example, in Nigeria, corruption is regarded as a ‘way of life’; in Sierra Leone, there is talk about a ‘culture of corruption’; and in Sudan it is referred to as the ‘fifth’ factor. The Nexus of Corruption and Conflict in South Sudan July 1 The Nexus of Corruption and Conflict in South Sudan.
July The Sentry is an initiative of the Enough Project, with its supporting partners C4ADS and Not On Our Watch (NOOW). Photo Credit: John Wollwerth / A wrecked tank near Juba, South Sudan. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Content may be Author: Boris Begovic. In terms of the clear, wide spread of corruption in Sudan, it is surprising that recently almost no studies have addressed this area. Kameir and Kursany () studied and analysed corruption in Sudan during the eighties.
They called corruption a ‘fifth’ factor of production since it had become a major source of income generation at that : Niematallah Elamin. Corruption Index in Sudan is expected to reach Points by the end ofaccording to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations.
In the long-term, the Sudan Corruption Index is projected to trend around Points inaccording to our econometric models. For example, in Nigeria, corruption is regarded as a ‘way of life’; in Sierra Leone, there is talk about a ‘culture of corruption’; and in Sudan it is referred to as the ‘fifth’ factor of production.
A Zambian cabinet minister, Roger Chongwe, resigned in to register his disgust at rampant corruption in by: Study Guide Series on Peace and Conflict 3 Governance, Corruption, and Conflict About the United States Institute of Peace The United States Institute of Peace is an independent, nonpartisan institution established and funded by Congress.
Its goals are to help prevent and resolve violent conflicts, promote post-conflict peacebuilding, and. "Inside Sudan" should be a great book. Donald Petterson served as U.S. Ambassador to Sudan from toand met with all the major political figures of the country (Gurang, Turabi, Bashir, Taha, Machar, etc.).
In addition, he has extensive experience in Africa and traveled widely in the Sudan during his three-year by: