The Shadow of Kenyan Democracy

The Shadow of Kenyan Democracy

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Why has democracy failed to reduce corruption in Kenya? Framing the challenge in game theoretical terms, Dominic Burbidge examines how mutual expectations between citizens dictate the success or failure of political reforms. Providing a nuanced assessment of democracya€™s difficult road in Kenya, Burbidge discusses the independent role being played by widespread social expectations of corruption. Through tracking average views of the average person, it is possible to identify a threshold beyond which society suffers mutually reinforcing negative social expectations.Corruption is used here only as an adverb, begging the question on what specific deeds should be considered corrupt. ... An explanatory manual to the 2003 Act, written by the eacc, better captured this dimension, identifying bribery as a#39;when a person ... The overriding vagueness of the 2003 act was, however, instead proclaimed as a strength, with Peter Anassi writing in a civic education handbook : a#39;This is the most ... 49 Google, a#39;Investor Relations: Code of Conducta#39; (25 April 2012).

Title:The Shadow of Kenyan Democracy
Author: Dr Dominic Burbidge
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2015-10-28

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