Corruption in Bangladesh

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1. Introduction………………………………2 2. Importance of this study………………..4 3. Literature review………………………...5 4. Methodology…………………………….7 5. Findings…………………………………..8 6. Elimination………………………………..15 7. Impact……………………………………18 8. Conclusion………………………………20 9. Reference………………………………..23

Introduction
Corruption is a topic of interest and concern in academic circles, in the media, among people of different professions, within the civil service, among members of parliament, politicians, government officials, members of the business and financial communities, students, foreign investors, and so on. In other words, the term corruption is not new to Bangladesh.
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It is hoped that this Study will form the basis for further research on the subject.
Literature review
The aim of the literature review has been to explore the sociological aspects of corruption in Bangladesh as represented in the literature available, published and unpublished, dating back to 1980. Although every effort has been made to mount an extensive search of library, internet and other resource units in AIUB , time constraints have been enormous. Consequently, the literature review is by no means a comprehensive list of a number of literature on corruption in Bangladesh.
Since corruption in the form of the benefactor-client relationship deprives the poor of their share of resources, it is concluded that corruption is caused by a desire to deprive the poor of their share of resources. Result and cause are combined, thus obscuring the real causes of corruption and the structural dimensions of benefactor-client linkages.

Among several major trends which have emerged in this Study, the most striking has been the virtual absence of works dedicated to the sociological aspects of corruption in Bangladesh. Only a single work, Bangladesh: Whose Ideas, Whose Interests? by Geoffrey D. Wood, (1994) offers a substantial analytical section on the sociological aspects of corruption
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