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Successes and failures in dealing with corruption in Bulgaria, Greece and Romania

photoThis article authored by Roxana Bratu, Dimitri Sotiropoulos and Maya Stoyanova and published in Slavonic and East European Review examines the construction and development of corruption concerns and anti-corruption practices from a comparative perspective in Bulgaria, Greece and Romania. It poses the question: how do corruption perceptions, policies and assumptions shape anti-corruption practices? Instead of looking at anti-corruption as an analytical category, this article takes the term back to its empirical dimension by contextually examining the emergence, role and practices of anti-corruption from a comparative perspective.

The article is available here.

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