Publication Type: Briefing Paper
Authors: Mushtaq Khan
Publication date: November 2019
This briefing paper tests the hypothesis that improving the organisational capabilities of firms in tandem with skills training is an effective and feasible anti-corruption strategy in developing countries. It summarises the findings of Khan et al.’s (2019) working paper ‘Better jobs: a strategy to end fraud in skills training in Bangladesh’. The study focuses on the garments industry in Bangladesh and draws on research relationships with two important skills programmes in the country.
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