Nina Dadalauri – Political Corruption in Georgia

This chapter reviews corruption in Georgia, a country which has had a revolution in the name of anti-corruption, subsequently rapidly adopted an archetypal package of anti-corruption policy and practice, but arguably still remains trapped by unsavoury structures of privilege which the donors have always been myopic towards due to geopolitical interest.

Dadalauri, N. (2007). Political Corruption in Georgia. in: Bracking, S. (ed). (2007). Corruption and Development. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 155-166.

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