Corruption and Democracy in Thailand
This book is the result of a major research study on corruption, set in its political context. It covers estimates of the amounts involved; the roles of politicians, business people, bureaucrats, and police; the political background and impact; popular attitudes on corruption; and potential counter-measures. The publication of the original research prompted a political storm. Both inside and outside of Thailand, this work is recognized as a landmark study.
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In return he felt bound to offer them some compensation, partly because he knew
officials receive low salaries. Slum dwellers and farmers noted that sometimes
they could not fill out forms or understand official documents themselves, and
But officers who are important because of business interests will receive gifts of
much higher value.' People in professional occupations think that the valuation of
sin nam jai is determined by the value of the services or work which the donor ...
something to officials in return for the good cooperation we receive from them. In
that case the transaction is not corruption. We see it as sin nam jai.' The
willingness to give is a function of the donor's satisfaction with the services
rendered by ...
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