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Anti-Corruption Beyond Transition : A Comparative International Empirical Perspective Daniel Kaufmann, World Bank Institute

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Title: Anti-Corruption Beyond Transition : A Comparative International Empirical Perspective Daniel Kaufmann, World Bank Institute  
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Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
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Transition is over ? the globalized world as a benchmark -- Anti-Corruption in Transtion, II (WB, 2003): Improvement in some A-C dimensions, in some subregions ? cautious hope -- Complementing it with new data from enterprise surveys -- A competitiveness perspective -- An international comparative perspective...

 

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