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The Economic Price of Corruption (available only in Bulgarian)
The issue describes the impact of corruption on the economic development of the country. more »
Local Anti-Corruption Initiatives
This brochure represents an attempt to analyze and summarize the activities and results of the first stage of the Small Projects program of Coalition 2000. more »
Measuring and Monitoring of Corruption: the World Practice and the Bulgarian Experience (available only in Bulgarian)
The reader includes both original treatments and translated texts. It presents the corruption monitoring system of Coalition 2000, with a focus on corruption indexes. more »
International Acts for Countering Corruption (available only in Bulgarian)
The reader includes the main acts for countering corruption of the Council of Europe, the European Union and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The great interest sparked by the reader affirms its usefulness, especially within the context of the harmonization of domestic legislation with European law. more »
Brain Drain from Central and Eastern Europe, April 1997
The project was carried out by research teams from the following transition countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia. Initially, Albania was included in the project, but the project coordinator left Albania and the contract could not start. Many difficulties were encountered in carrying out an international cross-country analysis on migration issues. more »
Policy and Legal Environment for the Growth of the SME Sector in Bulgaria - Draft Policy Paper, November 1996
The Policy Forum aims to identify those factors that will improve the economic and legal environment for the growth of the small and medium sized enterprise ("SME") sector in Bulgaria. The forum is designed to bring together some of the countries most influential individuals, representing various institutional and independent bodies, to discuss the constraints that are hindering the development of the SME sector and to propose and review various recommendations to overcome these obstacles. more »
Trade Policy in The Context of Bulgaria’s Accession to the European Union, August 1995
In the economic area the EU integration process evolved from the Treaty of Rome (1957) establishing a common market and a progressive approximation of the economic policies of Member States, through the Single European Act (1986) providing for the establishment of the internal market, comprising an area without internal frontiers, to the Treaty on the European Union (1992) committing EU members to another significant deepening of integration namely the establishment of economic and monetary union, ultimately including a single currency. more »
Evaluation of Privatization Results for 1994
Analyses of the results of privatization in Bulgaria typically consider only denationalization of state-owned and municipal enterprises under the provisions of the Transformation and Privatization of State-owned and Municipal Enterprises Law (TPSMEL). more »
Development of the Private Sector in Bulgaria, 1995
The current study aims at presenting the general tendencies in the development of the Bulgarian private sector shortly before the reforms and during the so called "transition to a market economy" in order to substantiate some basic recommendations regarding the policy in this area. The study makes use of all possible sources of information: National Statistical Institute's monthly data, current statistical surveys, representative studies of the private sector, balance sheets and P&L statements of state and private companies, sociological studies, the Business register of Bulgaria, documents and articles in the mass media, as well as CSD own research. more »
Following the socialist revolution in 1944, the legal system and legislation served the purpose of fortifying the economic framework of socialist society. A number of laws adopted in the first years of socialism put public property and socialist planned economy in the foreground. Private property was rejected and certain laws were passed stipulating the expropriation of private means of production, the collectivization of farm land, and finally, the nationalization of personal property of citizens - housing, and others. more »

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