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Fighting corruption in Eastern Europe, a multi-level perspective, edited by Diana Schmidt-Pfister and Holger Moroff

Label
Fighting corruption in Eastern Europe, a multi-level perspective, edited by Diana Schmidt-Pfister and Holger Moroff
Language
eng
Index
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Fighting corruption in Eastern Europe
Oclc number
758394479
Responsibility statement
edited by Diana Schmidt-Pfister and Holger Moroff
Sub title
a multi-level perspective
Table Of Contents
Preface 1. Multilevel Anti-corruption in Theory and Practice, Holger Moroff and Diana Schmidt-Pfister I International Efforts 2. Assessing Eastern Europe,s Anti-Corruption Performance: Views from the Council of Europe, OECD and Transparency International, Sebastian Wolf 3. The European Union and the Fight against Corruption in its Near Abroad. Can it make a difference?, Tanja A. Borzel, Andreas Stahn and Yasemin Pamuk II National Experiences 4. Post-Accession Malaise? EU Conditionality, Domestic Politics and Anti-Corruption Policy in Hungary, Agnes Batory 5. National and International Anti-Corruption Efforts: The Case of Poland, Kaja Gadowska 6. The 2007 accession of Bulgaria and Romania: ritual and reality, Kalin Ivanov 7. Anti-corruption interventions in Georgia, Lili Di Puppo 8. Elite Perceptions of Anti-Corruption Efforts in Ukraine, Ase Berit Grodeland 9. Experience vs. Perception of Corruption. Russia as a Test Case, Richard Rose and William Mishler III Critical Reflections 10. Civil Society between the Stools, Diana Schmidt-Pfister 11. The Anti-Corruption Industry: From Movement to Institution, Steven Sampson IV Conclusion 12. The intricate interplay of Multilevel Anti-Corruption, Holger Moroff
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