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" Indian philosopher-statesman, wrote more than two thousand years ago that "just as it is impossible not to taste honey or poison that one may find at the tip of one's tongue, so it is impossible for one dealing with government funds not to taste, at least... "
Curbing Corruption: Toward a Model for Building National Integrity - Página 39
editado por - 1999 - 254 páginas
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The Economics of Organised Crime

Gianluca Fiorentini, Sam Peltzman - 1997 - 301 páginas
...(Prime Minister of a state in northern India) wrote in the Arthashastra (New Delhi: Penguin Books) that 'just as it is impossible not to taste honey or poison...not to taste, at least a little bit, of the King's wealth.' The quotation is on p. 281. 14 There is, of course, some economic literature on it but much...
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Effective Government Accounting

A. Premchand - 1995 - 190 páginas
...of the king. Kautilya, the Indian philosopher-statesman, wrote more than two thousand years ago that "just as it is impossible not to taste honey or poison...not to taste, at least a little bit, of the king's wealth." He added "just as it is impossible to know when a fish moving in water is drinking it, so...
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The Quality of Growth

Vinod Thomas - 2000 - 262 páginas
...(1999); Claessens, Djankov, and Klingebiel (1999); and Stiglitz 1993. GOVERNANCE AND ANTICORRUPTION Just as it is impossible not to taste honey or poison...not to taste, at least a little bit, of the King's wealth. — Kautilya, The Arthashastra Written in ancient India more than 2,000 years ago, the Arthashastra...
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God as Political Philosopher: Buddha's Challenge to Brahminism

Kancha Ilaiah - 2001 - 244 páginas
...About corruption he said, 'Just as it is impossible not to taste honey or poison that one may find on the tip of one's tongue, so it is impossible for one dealing with government funds not to taste.' Thus, the morality of public institutions that Buddha built into his model sangha is entirely different...
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Corruption in Asia: Rethinking the Governance Paradigm

Timothy Lindsey, Howard W. Dick - 2002 - 223 páginas
...Report, World Bank, Washington DC. Chapter Six Reflections on Corruption in Indonesia1 Gary Goodpaster Just as it is impossible not to taste honey or poison...not to taste, at least a little bit, of the King's wealth.Indonesian pundits often say that Indonesia has a 'culture of corruption',1 or that Indonesian...
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Drawing Lines in Sand and Snow: Border Security and North American Economic ...

Bradly J. Condon, Tapen Sinha - 2003 - 210 páginas
...way the tribunal works" ("Eye on Investors," 2001). 5 Invisible Elephants Corruption and Cooperation "The King shall protect trade routes from harassment...not to taste, at least a little bit, of the King's wealth." — Kautilya "A dog with a bone in his mouth cannot do two things. He cannot bark and he cannot...
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Reinventing Public Service Delivery in India: Selected Case Studies

Vikram Chand - 2006 - 404 páginas
...the Persistence of Corruption ]u$t as it is impossible not to taste honey (or poison) that one might find at the tip of one's tongue, so it is impossible...funds not to taste at least a little bit of the King's wealth. Just as fish moving under water cannot possibly be found out as either drinking or not drinking...
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The Many Faces of Corruption: Tracking Vulnerabilities at the Sector Level

J. Edgardo Campos, Sanjay Pradhan - 2007 - 480 páginas
...another, but if it fails, then the mandate still resides with the king. —The Chou, 1050-256 BC, China The King shall protect trade routes from harassment...not to taste, at least a little bit, of the King's wealth. — The Arthashastra, Kautilya, chief minister to the king in India, circa 300 BC-AD 150 In...
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