Document Type : Research Paper
Associate Professor; Political Sciences Department, University of Tehran
Ph.D. Student; Political Science Department, University of Tehran
In this paper the author compares process of anti-corruption policymaking in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkey and Pakistan and thereby identify barriers of policymaking. Based on the results, while Turkey has tried to strengthen the private sector and civil society organizations and political parties established a good correlation between public, private and civil society that result was control of corruption. But in the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan, for various reasons, it has not been achieved yet. Desirable model of anti-corruption in this article comes from the notion of good governance in which based on partnership of public, private sectors, and civil society in all aspects of economic, political, cultural - social and management.