Fighting corruption in procurement: a comparative analysis of disqualification measures
Williams-Elegbe, Sope (2011) Fighting corruption in procurement: a comparative analysis of disqualification measures. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Corruption has firmly taken centre stage in the development agenda of international organisations, developed and developing countries. One area in which corruption manifests is in public procurement and as a result, states have adopted various measures to prevent and curb corruption in public procurement. One such mechanism for dealing with procurement corruption is to disqualify corrupt suppliers from bidding on or otherwise obtaining government contracts.
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