Brussels, 05 August 2009 - Caritas
In his book Mr. Cremer points out corruption as the main obstacle for developing countries to reach successfully economic and social development. It impacts the poor the most, since their basic needs cannot be fulfilled as the funds to finance them disappear in private bank accounts.
“Controlling Corruption – A Challenge for Cooperative Development Work” goes methodically and systematically through all the different shapes in which corruption appears and its distorting impact on the activities of relief organisations.
Mr. Cremer does not stop by listing up the problems caused by corruption, he also presents a wide range of solutions to best tackle and eliminate it.
About the author
Mr. Georg Cremer is the Secretary General of Caritas
“Controlling Corruption – A challenge for Cooperative Development Work” is Mr. Cremer’s seventh book, and the fourth about this topic. He has also published an extensive amount of academic texts and articles.
» Read the detailed description of the book