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Good Governance: A Look Into The Free-Riding Phenomenon
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Good Governance: A Look Into The Free-Riding Phenomenon

Some citizens do not contribute to the common public good. This global phenomenon, free-riding, is widespread, often manifesting itself in several forms, such as not voting in elections or evading taxes. States themselves may also be guilty of free-riding (when not paying proportional contributions to help solve international problems yet still reaping the benefits of positive outcomes). Is free-riding really detrimental to anyone...

Singapore Welcomes New Auditor General
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Singapore Welcomes New Auditor General

Ms. Goh Soon Poh was appointed Auditor General of Singapore on February 8, 2018, by the President of Singapore. She succeeds Mr. Tan Yoke Meng Willie, who retired on the same date. Prior to joining the Auditor General's Office (AGO)...

INTOSAI CBC Shares Inspiring “Good Stories”
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INTOSAI CBC Shares Inspiring “Good Stories”

Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI) working in complex and challenging contexts often deal with enormous challenges, yet they still find a way to carry out audit work despite the conditions. The International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) Capacity Building Committee (CBC) has established a workstream to support these SAIs. A key workstream initiative is to...