Is The Anticorruption Model Delivering Results in Macedonia? – Key Factors that Make a Model Successful

Is The Anticorruption Model Delivering Results in Macedonia? – Key Factors that Make a Model Successful

Anti-corruption /Area /Good governance /Policy studies /Publication

Any discussion of corruption should stand on a preliminary consideration: corruption is a complex and a widespread phenomenon. Not to be regarded as an excuse, this has a set of implications concerning how to approach this problem. Understanding that corruption is a complex problem means that it needs to be approached in a comprehensive manner, with high level of political will, substantial institutional, legislative, budgetary resources, and specialized personnel. The fact that corruption is widespread implies that no society, rich or poor, is immune to corruption and that it is unlikely that corruption will be completely eradicated.

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Is The Anticorruption Model Delivering Results in Macedonia? – Key Factors that Make a Model Successful

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