Sharing Singapore learnings / Myanmar anti-corruption toolkit / Public finance eLearning

Learning from Singapore's effective anti-corruption strategy: Policy recommendations for South Korea. This article by Prof. Jon S.T. Quah has been published in Asian Education and Development Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017), pp. 17-29, and can be downloaded gratis at http://www.emeraldinsight.com/toc/aeds/6/1.

Note: Two other articles by Prof. Quah published recently are:

Jon S.T. Quah, "Singapore's Success in Combating Corruption: Four Lessons for China," American Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 23, No. 2 (October 2016), pp. 301-323.

Jon S.T. Quah, "India's Anti-Corruption Agencies: Policy Reforms for Improving their Effectiveness," Public Administration and Policy: An Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Fall 2016), pp. 10-30.

These two articles may be accessed by subscription to the two journals.

Thank you to Prof. Jon S.T. Quah, a leading anti-corruption consultant based in Singapore, for sharing this information.


New toolkit available for Myanmar businesses to fight corruption.  The Good Governance Toolkit for Myanmar Businesses: A handbook for resisting corruption and working with integrity was launched on 12 December 2016, in Yangon, by Coffey, a consultancy company with funding from the UK government’s Prosperity Fund and in collaboration with Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business.

Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business: http://www.myanmar-responsiblebusiness.org/news/toolkit-good-governance.html

Thank you to Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business for sharing this information.

e-Learning Course: Public Financial Management.  This e-learning course on Public Financial Management focuses on the role of parliaments and supreme audit institutions in public spending, and on the emerging engagement of civil society.

AGORA eLearning Portal for Parliamentarians: https://learn.agora-parl.org/login/index.php?lang=en

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