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About the Book (Excerpts & Info)
"Reviewing the problems of corruption in government Anand Goolsarran provides a sophisticated and informative case study of Guyana. The author has done a good deal of research and brought to bear in this work his participation in the course "The Economics of Corruption" in October 2003 at the University of Passau. He has blended this, as well as the results of his research, with his rich practical experience as the head of the Legislative Audit in his country, thereby producing a "must read" for those who are involved in public financial management. The book is also suitable for students pursuing a course in public management."
Prof. Dr. Johann Graf Lambsdorff
University of Passau
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About the Author
Mr. Goolsarran has been involved in government financial management for over 25 years. He is the former Auditor General of Guyana where he played a leading role in the restoration of public accountability after decades of neglect and deterioration. He was also a Senior Associate Lecturer at the University of Guyana for several years. Mr. Goolsarran currently holds the position of Executive Secretary to the United Nations Board of Auditors and the Panel of External Auditors, and served as Chief Resident Auditor of the UN peacekeeping missions in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Mr. Goolsarran is a Fellow of the Chartered Certified Accountants (UK) and holds an MBA from University of Strathclyde and a Doctorate in Business Administration from the Robert Kennedy College. He also had specialized training on corruption issues at the University of Passau. He is a former US Government Accountability Office Fellow and has specialised training in performance auditing, and fraud and forensic auditing.
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