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The Politics Of Bureaucratic Corruption In Post-Transitional Eastern Europe

Marina Zaloznaya
Published 2017 · Political Science

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From the Arab Spring and the Occupy Movement to the Saffron Revolution and Euromaidan, prodemocracy protests worldwide are calling to end corruption. Commonly defined as “abuse of public office for private gain,” corruption is an impediment to meritocratic competition in business and government and a cause of rising inequality around the globe (Lambsdorff 2005; Mauro 1997; Shlapentokh 2013). Every year, the international community spends millions of dollars to fuel anti-corruption campaigns by civil society actors, national governments, and transnational and intergovernmental organizations (Rose-Sender et al. 2010; Sampson 2010). Despite these colossal efforts by the international community, scholarly knowledge about the causes of corruption remains limited. Thus, two decades after the fall of the Soviet Union, social scientists continue to think of the widespread corruption in Eastern Europe as a side effect of tumultuous democratization. Such dominant theories tie corruption to the allegedly ongoing political transition, with an implication that corruption will subside and ultimately disappear as democratic governance in the region matures. The Politics of Bureaucratic Corruption challenges this transitional paradigm in the study of post-Soviet corruption. A careful mixedmethods investigation at the heart of this book reveals that bureaucratic corruption has little to do with political transitions that are, for all intents and purposes, over. Rather, everyday illicit exchanges between ordinary people and bureaucratic service providers are shaped
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