The Model of Economical Transparency for Iran

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 PhD student of Public Policy at University of Tehran

2 Full professor of Public Policy group at University of Tehran

3 Assistant Professor, Faculty of management, Tehran University

4 professor of Industrial Management group at Tarbiat Modares University

5 Assistant Professor. Economics Department ,University of Tehran,

Abstract

Economical Transparency can be determined for governments through Corruption Perception Index (CPI). In this research with studying Iran and Singapore, has been tried to find appropriate Governance Model and its related policies for achieving success in improving government economic transparency. Based on this aim, the researcher interviewed with 13 political and policy experts which is complementary with analyzed formal documents. The research methodology is case study with descriptive-qualitative content analysis technique. For checking dependability and confirmability, research process and results have been reviewed and confirmed by 5 experts. Also according to our calculations, test-retest reliability was 0.84 and Cohen’s Kappa was 0.78 that make us trust to the results. According to the results, the best governance model for government economic transparency is “network governance” with 9 categories and 24 subcategories of policies.

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