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Corruption and Anti-Corruption
 

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INTRODUCTION

I. CORRUPTION AND POLITICS
1. Why is everybody interested in corruption?
2. Defining corruption
3. What is political corruption?
4. Corruption as a Part of the Political System
5. The "Perverse Effects" of Political Corruption
6. Regulating the Conduct of MPs. The British Experience of Combating Corruption
7. Institutional Ethics and Ethics of the Individual

II. CORRUPTION AND ECONOMICS
1. Corruption Networks, Transaction Security and Illegal Social Exchange
2. The influence (impact) of corruption upon the growth, investments and the government expenditures
3. Corruption and Development
4. Corruption in Transition: companies, political strategies and corporate governance in Bulgaria
5. Corruption in small and medium sized enterprises

III. CORRUPTION WITHOUT BORDERS
1. Structures and Tendencies in the Development of the Trans-border Crime and the corruption in Southeast Europe (1995 - 2002)
2. Corruption and Trafficking in Bulgaria
3. Corruption in Customs Agency
4. Monitoring of the Trafficking
5. Assessment of the Trafficking and Corruption through Sampling Methods

IV. MEASURING AND OBSERVATION OF CORRUPTION
1. Monitoring System for the Corruption in Bulgaria
2. Corruption Indexes of Coalition 2000
3. Methodology of the Indexes of Transparency International
4. Global Programme against Corruption: an outline for action

V. COUNTERACTION OF CORRUPTION
1. Anticorruption Initiative Coalition 2000
2. Judges - power and responsibility
3. The Role of the Judiciary for Prevention and Control of Corruption
4. The role of the Judiciary in some Developing Countries for Prevention and Control of Corruption
5. The Italian Experience in Prevention of Corruption
6. The Corruption Problem in the Judiciary: Context and Methods of Control
7. Ethic Code of the Judges in Bulgaria
8. The Anticorruption Reform in the Customs and in the Ministry of Interior
9. The Institution Ombudsman /Civic Defender and Civic Local Mediators/
10. The Information Technologies - an Instrument for
Reforms in the Public Governance
11. The Public Procurement and the Electronic Commerce

VI. THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY AGAINST CORRUPTION
1. Combating International Corruption - the Role of the Business Community
2. Aid for the countries combating corruption - the Role of the World Bank
3. International Cooperation Against Corruption
4. International Legislation against Corruption

4.1. Council of Europe
4.2. European Union
4.3. United Nations Organization

5. International Cooperation against Cross-Border Crime

VII. CORRUPTION WITHIN THE SECURITY FORCES
1. Corruption within the Military
2. Internal Control Mechanisms to Prevent Corruption within Security Forces
3. The Capacity of the Ombudsman Institution for Preventing and Combating Corruption in Security Forces
4. The Representative of the German Bundestag in charge of (responsible for) the Defense Issues - auxiliary agency to the Bundestag to exercise control upon the Military Forces
5. Cross-Border Corruption. Points of Vulnerability and Challenges for Reform
6. Corruption, Media, and the Law Enforcement Agencies
7. Trafficking and Smuggling in Human Beings
8. Corruption in Law Enforcement - Case Studies
9. Corruption in Military Services - Case Studies
10. Corruption in Border Police and Customs Agencies-Case Studies

VIII. CORRUPTION: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

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