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The Compatibility of the Serbian Anti-Corruption Legal Framework With the Regional and International Standards
The Compatibility of the Serbian Anti-Corruption Legal Framework With the Regional and International Standards

Author(s): Vesna Ćorić Erić
Subject(s): Public Administration, Corruption - Transparency - Anti-Corruption
Published by: Institut za uporedno pravo
Keywords: Anti-Corruption Agency; GRECO; Serbian National Strategy for Combating Corruption; anti-corruption reform; public procurement; corporate criminal liability; Transparency International Corruption Perce
Summary/Abstract: The paper examines the measures that have been adopted to combat corruption on the road of Serbian transition and EU integration process with a particular emphasis placed on the most recent legislative and institutional developments in the fields of the public procurement, the corporate criminal liability, the Anti-Corruption Agency as well as other issues regulated by the Law on the AntiCorruption Agency. The paper also deals with the key players setting forth relevant anticorruption standards as well as with their respective monitoring mechanisms. The Serbian involvement in these mechanisms is discussed as well. However, the progress Serbia made in the course of the anticorruption reform will be predominantly assessed in the light of the Serbian compliance with the GRECO recommendations, as GRECO has the most developed and effective monitoring mechanism thus far.

  • Page Range: 235-257
  • Page Count: 23
  • Publication Year: 2009
  • Language: English