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Legal Framework of Public-Private Partnerships
This background paper provides legal overview of the regulatory arrangement and the practical implementation of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in 11 countries: USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy and Poland as well as relevant European Union legislation. more »
CSD Annual Report 2007
The first year of Bulgaria’s EU membership, 2007 continued to be a period of intense public and political debate on the issues at the core of the agenda of the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) – justice and home affairs (JHA) reform. Thus, CSD’s watchdog and policy work was of utmost relevance to the initial adjustment of the country to the requirements of membership. more »
CSD Brief No. 11: The Future of Corruption Benchmarking in the EU
The experience gained with monitoring of corruption during the last round of EU enlargement should be utilized for the development of EU’s own corruption benchmarking instrument. more »
Monitoring of Anti-Corruption Reforms
The assessment of the effectiveness of anticorruption policies and trends in the spread of corruption is a key element of the Strategy for Transparent Governance and Counteraction of Corruption for the period 2006-2008. The Bulgarian Government’s 2006 Program for the implementation of this Strategy envisions the development of a system of indicators to monitor progress and actual impact. The System of Indicators was developed by the Center for the Study of Democracy based on the best European and world practices and draws on the experience gained in Bulgaria in the period between 1997 and 2006 from the implementation of the Corruption Monitoring System within the Coalition 2000 anticorruption initiative. more »

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