An Analysis of the Relationship between the Good Governance Model and Anti-corruption Policy (With Emphasis on Developing Nations)

1Assist. Prof. Yasser Abduzzahra al-Hojjaj


The programs and policies of anti-corruption and good governance which are supported by international institutions like the World Bank decide the vital goals of developing nations. Therefore, there is no doubt in the need for good governance. In fact, the present paper will address the following questions: To what extent are these goals the only necessary for development of good governance prerequisites? Are such objectives certainly attainable in emerging nations? Moreover, would concentrating on such issues of governance divert our attention from more feasible and persistent reforms which could make the governance goals easier to achieve for us? Generally, during development, making reforms for an upright governance and focusing on corruption normally diverts the attention from those policies that are practical. Even though, emergent nations have different categories of corruption which not a single country could fight with immediately. Hence, this is dynamic to obtain essential capacity of governance for the identification and handling of utmost vicious types. Consequently, a framework’s presence for acknowledging all sorts of corruption stays essential for a purpose to decide priorities of institutional reform and putting in place successful policies to combat corruption. The research methodology of this paper is descriptive/analytical and the data have been collected using available documents and information.


Good governance, developing countries, motives, policies

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