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Anticorruption in Transition

 September 2000 -  August 2006

 

This is a three report series of studies since 2000 that examines patterns and trends in corruption in business-government interactions in Europe and Central Asia and the progress achieved by countries in addressing it. All three studies have drawn on data from a large-scale survey of enterprises undertaken jointly by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank—the EBRD-World Bank Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Survey (BEEPS). More than 20,000 firms have been interviewed over three rounds of the survey (in 1999, 2002, and 2005), yielding in-depth cross-country and time-series data on many aspects of the business environment, including the frequency and cost of bribes paid by different types of businesses in various interactions with government. Reports available in English and Russian.



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Anticorruption in transition : who is succeeding...and why? (English)

There is no room for complacency, however. Corruption is not falling in all countries or all sectors, and even the most successful reformers still tend to have higher levels of firm-level corruption than in Western Europe. ... See More +

Publication 37089 JUN 01, 2006

Anderson,James; Gray,Cheryl W. Disclosed

Anticorruption in transition : a contribution to the policy debate (Russian)

In the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltics, and the Commonwealth of Independent States, the simultaneous process of developing a market economy, designing new political and social institutions, and redistributing social assets have created fertile ground for corruption. ... See More +

Publication 20925 JAN 01, 2004

Anderson,James; Hellman,Joel; Jones,Geraint Paul; Moore,Bill; Muller,Helga W.; Pradhan,Sanjay; Ryterman,Randi Susan; Sutch,M. Helen English Disclosed

Anticorruption in transition : Corruption in enterprise-state interactions in Europe and Central Asia 1999-2002 (Russian)

Controlling corruption is an essential part of good governance, and poverty reduction, and it poses an enormous challenge for governments around the world. ... See More +

Publication 28401 JAN 01, 2004

Gray,Cheryl W.; Hellman,Joel; Ryterman,Randi Susan English Disclosed

Anticorruption in transition : Corruption in enterprise-state interactions in Europe and Central Asia 1999-2002 (English)

Controlling corruption is an essential part of good governance, and poverty reduction, and it poses an enormous challenge for governments around the world. ... See More +

Publication 28401 JAN 01, 2004

Gray,Cheryl W.; Hellman,Joel; Ryterman,Randi Susan Russian Disclosed

Anticorruption in transition : a contribution to the policy debate (English)

In the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltics, and the Commonwealth of Independent States, the simultaneous process of developing a market economy, designing new political and social institutions, and redistributing social assets have created fertile ground for corruption. ... See More +

Publication 20925 SEP 30, 2000

Anderson,James; Hellman,Joel; Jones,Geraint Paul; Moore,Bill; Muller,Helga W.; Pradhan,Sanjay; Ryterman,Randi Susan; Sutch,M. Helen Russian Disclosed