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Tackling Retail Corruption in India
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Tackling Retail Corruption in India

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Tackling Retail Corruption in India by Swati Ramanathan of India Urban Space and Janaagraha

Tackling Retail Corruption in India by Swati Ramanathan of India Urban Space and Janaagraha

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    • 1. ipaidabribe.com
      Tackling retail corruption in India
    • 2. Objectives
      Getting data on retail corruption by city and by sector
      Creating a citizens’ support network against corruption
      Analysing rent seeking trends and opportunities in government departments
      Advocating with government to redefine processes to eliminate corruption
    • 3. Aug ’10 - Sept’11- Track record so far
      India’s fastest growing repository of bribe related reports submitted by citizens.
      7,43,374 hits
      14,181 bribe/didn’t bribe reports – some heart-wrenching, some exhilarating
      Rs. 4,35,547,783/- bribe value reported
      Partnership with Bangalore Transport Department, business process re-engineering
      Under review - Land registration, Power

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