Government favouritism in Europe
Organisation(s) : European Commission
Editeur : Opladen, Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2015
Pages : various pagings
Collection : The Anticorruption report, 003
This volume reunites the fieldwork of 2014-2015 in the ANTICORRP project. It is entirely based on objective indicators and offers both quantitative and qualitative assessments of the linkage between political corruption and organised crime using statistics on spending, procurement contract data and judicial data. The methodology used in the analysis of particularism of public resource distribution is applicable to any other country where procurement data can be made available and opens the door to a better understanding and reform of both systemic corruption and political finance. The main conclusion of this report is that public procurement needs far more transparency and monitoring in old Member States, where it is far from perfect, as well as new ones and accession countries, where major problems can be identified, partly due to more transparency and monitoring.
- Stratégies de lutte contre la corruption, Cadre juridique, Contrôle, Corruption, Favoritisme, Corruption politique, Développement économique et social, Gestion de l'éducation, Administration centrale, Finances, Marchés publics, Secteur public, Transparence
Bulgarie, Croatie, Hongrie, Roumanie, Türkiye, Ukraine