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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC POLICY IN MANAGEMENT   winter 2018 , Volume 8 , Number 28 #a00473; Page(s) 65 To 81.
 
Paper: 

Model of implementation of anti-corruption policies in Iran's administrative system

 
 
Author(s):  ABOLHASANI RANJBAR AHMAD*, ALVANI SEYED MEHDI, elsagh shakiba
 
* Department of Public Administration, Science and Research Azad University, Tehran, Iran
 
Abstract: 
The present study is qualitative and uses grounded theory aiming to provide a model for implementing anti-corruption policies in Iran's administrative system. Or this purpose, 14 experts are interviewed. The result of these interviews is a set of basic themes that are gathered through the open coding process and categories are extracted from them; then, in the axial coding step, the link between these categories as: causative conditions, axial phenomenon, underlying factors, interventional conditions, strategies and consequences of coping with administrative corruption is determined in the form of axial coding paradigm. Further, in the selected coding stage, the theorems are presented. The results show that the causal conditions affecting the implementation of anti-corruption policies are divided into twelve cases. Identified interventions are divided into ten general categories. The identified underlying factors are: social, economic, political, and administrative. The strategies are proposed. Finally, the identified consequences are: respect for the client and increasing public satisfaction with government services, improving administrative health and reducing corruption, protecting and safeguarding people's rights, increasing accountability and public confidence, reducing public service costs and improving their quality, meritocracy, accountability and promotion of the satisfaction of government agents.
 
Keyword(s): Policy making,policy implementation,administrative corruption,administrative change
 
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