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dc.contributor.authorDamoah, IS-
dc.contributor.authorAkwei, CA-
dc.contributor.authorAmoako, IO-
dc.contributor.authorBotchie, D-
dc.identifier.citationProject Management Journalen_US
dc.description.abstractThis study explores how corruption impacts the failure of government projects in developing countries with evidence from the Ghanaian context. This study solicits the perceptions of project management practitioners (14), contractors (6), government officials (clients; 5), and the general public (5) on the subject. The findings indicate that corruption influences government project failure on all the failure criteria that were used for the evaluation. However, corruption influences failure at two different levels: project management and product phase. At the project management level, corruption has direct influence, while at the product phase level, the influence is indirect.en_US
dc.subjectCorruption in projectsen_US
dc.subjectDeveloping countriesen_US
dc.subjectFailure criteriaen_US
dc.subjectGovernment project failureen_US
dc.titleCorruption as a Source of Government Project Failure in Developing Countries: Evidence from Ghanaen_US
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