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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The term jao pho ( and also jao mae in the case of a woman ) is traditionally used
to refer to a god ( goddess ) , or to a spirit residing in a place . This spirit could
belong to a dead person . It has been a common practice for people to set up ...
Only 16 . 8 per cent applied the gently critical term of ' tea money ' , only 8 . 1 per
cent considered it a dishonest dereliction of duty , and only 4 . 5 percent felt it
merited the term ' corruption ' . PUBLIC ATTITUDES TO CORRUPTION 137.
For many , however , this behaviour by the official indicates a dishonest intention
, and hence they are more critical . Only a very small number considered such
forced payments as sin nam jai . Over half used the term bribery . In all 15 .
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Gift Cheques and Gin Muang
How Much? From Sarit to Chatichai
Causes and Cures
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