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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 11, Number 2, 1 May 2010

Anti-corruption movements, mechanisms, and machines - an introduction
pp. 89-98(10)
Authors: Moroff, Holger; Schmidt-Pfister, Diana

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The European Union and the fight against corruption in its near abroad: can it make a difference?
pp. 122-144(23)
Authors: Borzel, Tanja; Stahn, Andreas; Pamuk, Yasemin

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Experience versus perception of corruption: Russia as a test case
pp. 145-163(19)
Authors: Rose, Richard; Mishler, William

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Anti-corruption interventions in Georgia
pp. 220-236(17)
Author: Di Puppo, Lili

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Elite perceptions of anti-corruption efforts in Ukraine
pp. 237-260(24)
Author: Grødeland, Åse Berit

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The anti-corruption industry: from movement to institution
pp. 261-278(18)
Author: Sampson, Steven

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