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Evaluating Governance and Corruption Risk in Bulgaria
Evaluating Governance and Corruption Risk in Bulgaria

Author(s): Ruslan Stefanov, Stefan Karaboev, Todor Yalamov
Contributor(s): Ognian Shentov (Editor), Alexander Stoyanov (Editor), Todor Galev (Editor)
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Politics, Social Sciences, Economy, National Economy, Sociology, Economic policy, Economic development, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Център за изследване на демокрацията
Summary/Abstract: Corruption continues to be one of the main social problems for Bulgaria a decade after the country’s EU accession. The Bulgarian public is one of the few in Europe, which trusts EU institutions more than its own government to find a sustainable solution to this problem. Making sure the mechanisms of EU conditionality and public procurement support deliver on these high expectations is of paramount importance for delivering a lasting solution to Bulgaria’s rule of law problems. As part of the largest ever team of social sciences and humanities in Europe – ANTICORRP.eu, CSD has developed two case studies, which help explain the key risks of corruption in the public procurement market in construction and the way the EU has impacted Bulgarian progress on anti-corruption.

  • Page Count: 104
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: English