Corruption cases and law enforcement in public investment: a Vietnam perspective

Nguyen, T 2019, Corruption cases and law enforcement in public investment: a Vietnam perspective, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University.


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Title Corruption cases and law enforcement in public investment: a Vietnam perspective
Author(s) Nguyen, T
Year 2019
Abstract This  research  examines  corruption  offences  in  public  investment  in  Vietnam.  An important  part  of  the  research  is  to  examine  and  evaluate  effectiveness  and accountabilities  of  anti-corruption  in  public  investment  in  Vietnam,  including  the Government  Inspectorate  of  Vietnam,  the  People's  Procuracy  of  Vietnam  and  the People's  Public  Security  Forces  of  Vietnam  based  on  their  functions,  powers  and responsibilities. The  aim  of  this  research  was  to  examine  corruption  and criminal  behaviour  in public  investment  in  Vietnam,  to  identify  practical  policies,  models  and  strategies  for  the purpose  of  improving  the  capacities  and effectiveness  of  anti-corruption  in  public investment  in  Vietnam. The  overall  objective  of  this  research  was  to  research  the  corruption  offences  in public  investment  in  Vietnam;  to  evaluate  the  effectiveness  and accountabilities  of  anticorruption  in  public  investment  in  Vietnam,  including  the  Government  Inspectorate  of Vietnam,  the  People's  Procuracy  of  Vietnam  and  the  People's  Public  Security  Forces  of Vietnam  based  on  their  functions,  powers  and  responsibilities;  and  to  analyse  corruption offences  in  public  investment  in  terms  of  organisational  structures  and  criminal  behaviour to  identify  practical  recommendations  to  enhance  the  success  in  combating  corruption  in public  investment  in  Vietnam.  A  combination  of  qualitative  and  quantitative  methods  was employed  in  this  study.  The  research  has  implications  for  anti-corruption  commission policy  makers  and  researchers  in  Vietnam.
Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Graduate School of Business and Law
Subjects Law and Society
Keyword(s) corruption
anti corruption law
law
criminal
Vietnam
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