Publications

Here’s a sample of publications, including books and reports that have been commissioned.

2014  Integrity Pacts in Procurement: an Implementation Guide

TIP Guide 2014his guide is the second ( and updated) edition of the guidance initially published for WIN and TI in 2010 now published by TI. It is a hands-on guidance document for people and organizations interested in implementing integrity pacts in their procurement processes.

 

The Link to the document on TI’s website: http://www.transparency.org/whatwedo/pub/integrity_pacts_in_public_procurement_an_implementation_guide

And here is the link to view the document directly:  http://issuu.com/transparencyinternational/docs/2013_integritypactguide_en?e=2496456/7491429

2013  Preventing and Combatting Corruption: Good Governance and Constitutional Law in Tunisia

Written together with Karen Hussmann, this was a contribution to the Constitutional Assembly’s discussions in Tunisia in 2012 and 2013. Commissioned by IDEA and published by the Center for Constitutional Transitions at NYU.

http://constitutionaltransitions.org/working-paper-no6/

2010 Integrity Pacts in the Water Sector: An Implementation Guide for Government Officials

This is a practical handbook that illustrates step by step the main aspects of the implementation of integrity pacts in procurement processes. This guide was commissioned by the Water Integrity Network and Transparency International. The guide can be downloaded at WIN’s webpage here:

http://www.waterintegritynetwork.net/images/stories/WIN_Library/win_ip_manual.pdf

TI’s 2008 Report on Revenue Transparency of Oil and Gas Companies.

This report was produced for Transparency International and looks into the revenue transparency policies and practices of 42 Oil and Gas Companies across the world. The document is available in English, Spanish French and Russian and can be downloaded directly from TI’s web page here:

http://www.transparency.org/whatwedo/publication/promoting_revenue_transparency_2008_report_on_revenue_transparency_of_oil_a

How to Reduce Corruption in Public Procurement: The Fundamentals. With Michael Wiehen. Handbook for Curbing Corruption in Public Procurement, Part I, pp. 13-105, Transparency International, 2006. Produced for

Transparency International and available from TI’s website under: Download the report

Also available at SSRN:
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1313787

Corruption in Public Contracting Auctions: The Role of Transparency in Bidding Processes. With Frederic Boehm. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, Vol. 77, No. 4, pp. 431-452, December 2006.

Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=947937

Privatization and Corruption. With Frederic Boehm and Jaime Polanco. In Ernst Ulrich von Weizsacker (EDT), “Limits To Privatization: How To Avoid too Much of a Good Thing”. May 2005.

Blacklisting Corrupt Companies. Global Corruption Report 2005. Transparency International.

Political corruption and the politics of procurement. Global Corruption Report 2004. Transparency International.

Marco Institucional de la Banca de Inversión. In “Gerencia Financiera”   Ed. Tercer Mundo y Uniandes. Bogotá, 2000.

Compañías de Servicio Público: una administración activa y eficiente. With Mauricio Cárdenas in “Reflexiones acerca del Estatuto Orgánico de Santa Fé de Bogotá”. Bogotá Chamber of Commerce. Bogotá, 1994.

An economic perspective on the process of regulation. Private Law Review, # 17. 1995. University of Los Andes, Law School. Bogotá 1995.

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One Response to Publications

  1. Nurfadhilah says:

    You all are correct, but when smdebooy start to use the system against the people,then it is dangerous and most worst thing in any democracy and that is what happening in India. Judiciary and executive and upto some extent media collaborated against common people and using laws and constitution-articles against the people for whome it is constituted to provide justice. In the name of Govt. service collecting directly a huge amount from public money in form of higher salaries, and indirectly collecting bribes in all possible forms being controller of private sector. No area of work, no govt. employee is escaped from bribe mechanism. In such scenario, how it is possible that hunger strikes, talks or systematic disucssions can be fruituful with any solid output. It requires again some other ways to explore to suggest the wrong person that he is actually wrong. It is a complex job and need unconditional support from all over the world. Thanks to you all at abroad, that you are linking yourself to this burning issues. Thanks.

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