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Title Public office, private interests : accountability through income and asset disclosure
Published Washington, DC : World Bank, [2012]
©2012

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Description 1 online resource (172 pages) : illustrations
Series Stolen asset recovery (StAR) series
Stolen asset recovery series.
Contents Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Overview; 1. Income and Asset Disclosure: An Introduction; 1.1 Rationale for an Income and Asset Disclosure System; Figures; 1.1 Trends in the Adoption of Anticorruption Legislation; 1.2 Types of Income and Asset Disclosure Systems; Boxes; 1.1 IAD Provisions in International Anticorruption Instruments; 1.2 Objectives of an IAD System: Preventing and Detecting Illicit Enrichment and Conflicts of Interest; 1.2.1 Conflict of Interest Systems
1.2 What Is Conflict of Interest? OECD Guidelines for Managing Conflict of Interest in the Public Service1.2.2 Illicit Enrichment Systems; 1.2.3 Dual Objective Systems; 1.3 Key Considerations in Designing and Implementing Income and Asset Disclosure Systems; 2. Elements of an Income and Asset Disclosure System; 2.1 Regulatory Frameworks; 2.1 Existence of IAD Legal Frameworks by World Bank Country Income Classification; 2.2 Types of Laws as Applied to Different Categories of Filers; 2.2 Institutional Arrangements; 2.3 Types of Agency with Responsibility for Receiving and Managing Declarations
2.4 Types of Agency with Responsibility for Enforcing IAD Regulations2.2.1 Splitting Functions across Institutions or Departments; 2.5 Centralized Submission System Using Paper Declarations--Example: Rwanda; 2.6 Delegated Submission System Using Paper Declarations and Electronic Summaries--Example: Mongolia; 2.2.2 Delegating Functions to Line Agencies; 2.7 Delegated Submission System Using Paper and Online Declarations--Example: Argentina; 2.1 Splitting IAD Functions across Institutions or Departments: Guatemala, Argentina, and the United States
2.2 Delegated IAD Submission Processes in Mongolia, Argentina, and the United States2.3 Scope and Coverage of the System; 2.3.1 Who Is Required to File?; 2.8 Coverage of IAD Legal Frameworks by World Bank Country Income Classification; 2.3.2 What Information Are Filers Required to Declare?; 2.3.3 How Often Are Filers Required to Declare?; 2.9 Frequency of Filing Requirements; 2.4 Institutional Capacities; 2.4.1 Budget; 2.4.2 Human Resources; Tables; 2.1 Human Resource Management Practices in IAD Systems: Case Study Findings; 2.4.3 Facilities
2.3 Addressing Storage Capacity Issues in Mongolia, Argentina, and Rwanda2.4.4 Technology; 2.4 Ensuring the Security of IAD Data Storage in Macao SAR, China; Slovenia; and Argentina; 2.5 The Impacts of Electronic Submission Processes in Argentina; 2.2 Information and Communication Technology Use in IAD Administration in a Sample of IAD Systems: Case Study Findings; 2.10 Building Capacity in Data Management; 3. Implementing and Enforcing an Income and Asset Disclosure System; 3.1 Managing Submission Compliance; 3.1 Core Functions of an IAD Agency
Summary Examines the objectives, design features, and implementation approaches that can contribute to the effectiveness of an income and asset disclosure (IAD) system, and enhance its impact as a prevention and enforcement tool. It draws on detailed case studies that are published in a companion volume: "Income and Asset Disclosure: Case Study Illustrations"The companion volume "Income and Asset Disclosure: Case Study Illustrations" includes case studies of the IAD systems in Argentina, Croatia, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Jordan, Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Rwanda, Slovenia, and the United States
Notes "A companion volume to: Income and asset disclosure : case study illustrations."
"Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 145-150)
Notes Print version record
Subject Financial disclosure.
Political corruption -- Economic aspects
Political corruption -- Prevention
Disclosure
LAW -- Essays.
LAW -- General Practice.
LAW -- Jurisprudence.
LAW -- Paralegals & Paralegalism.
LAW -- Practical Guides.
LAW -- Reference.
Financial disclosure
Political corruption -- Economic aspects
Political corruption -- Prevention
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780821394847
0821394843