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This chapter outlines and discusses the central findings of the book and the governance conclusions that can be drawn from them for policy development and implementation in the ongoing quest to control corruption in Africa. It is deemed that a greater focus needs to be put on strengthening institutions, developing and implementing national anti-corruption strategies or plans, and on political will and leadership as the primary governance elements of future efforts to rein in corruption and mitigate its consequences. These are therefore the tools, if applied consistently and take hold as routine, that will raise the cost of kleptocratic behavior in Africa and thereby discourage it.
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