The Resource Anticorruption in transition 3 : who is succeeding-- and why?
- Anticorruption in transition 3 : who is succeeding-- and why?
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- who is succeeding-- and why?
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- James H. Anderson, Cheryl W. Gray
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- Anticorruption in transition three
- This is the third in a series of World Bank studies that examines patterns and trends in corruption in business-government interactions in the transition countries of Europe and Central Asia. The message of this series is positive: Corruption has fallen since 2000 in many transition countries in the region. Firms are paying bribes less frequently and in smaller amounts (as a share of reveneues) than in the past, and they see corruption as less of a problem for business. Reforms have accelerated in the past decade. Many countries are cutting red tape, simplifying taxes, and strengthening audits
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- C65 2006eb
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