Perceptions of the Central and Local Governments? Engagement in Corruptive Activities: the Case of Turkey
Fikret Adaman and
No 103, Working Papers from Economic Research Forum
In this paper we aim at providing a general assessment of public administrative systems in Turkey both at local and central governments. Our work is based on a survey conducted in urban settlements. Our findings indicate that local governments? services are perceived to be relatively more satisfying compared to those of central government. We also diagnose a certain degree of corrupt deals at both levels of government and attribute this to a serious degree of internalization of such activities by the citizens. In conclusion we offer some policies that can deal with these issues.
Date: 2001, Revised 2001
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