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Rotten States?: Corruption, Post-Communism, and Neoliberalism By Leslie Holmes,

  • Title: Rotten States?: Corruption, Post-Communism, and Neoliberalism
  • Author: Leslie Holmes
  • ISBN: 9780822337928
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • Official corruption has become increasingly prevalent around the world since the early 1990s The situation appears to be particularly acute in the post communist states Corruption be it real or perceived is a major problem with concrete implications, including a lowered likelihood of foreign investment In Rotten States Leslie Holmes analyzes corruption in post communisOfficial corruption has become increasingly prevalent around the world since the early 1990s The situation appears to be particularly acute in the post communist states Corruption be it real or perceived is a major problem with concrete implications, including a lowered likelihood of foreign investment In Rotten States Leslie Holmes analyzes corruption in post communist countries, paying particular attention to Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, and Russia, as well as China, which Holmes argues has produced, through its recent economic liberalization, a system similar to post communism As he points out, these countries offer useful comparisons they vary in terms of size, religious orientation, ethnic homogeneity, and their approaches to and economic success with the transition from communism.Drawing on data including surveys commissioned especially for this study, Holmes examines the causes and consequences of official corruption as well as ways of combating it He focuses particular attention on the timing of the recent increase in reports of corruption, the relationship between post communism and corruption, and the interplay between corruption and the delegitimation and weakening of the state Holmes argues that the global turn toward neoliberalism with its focus on ends over means, flexibility, and a reduced role for the state has generated much of the corruption in post communist states At the same time, he points out that neoliberalism is perhaps the single most powerful tool for overcoming the communist legacy, which is an even significant cause of corruption Among the conclusions that Holmes draws is that a strong democratic state is needed in the early stages of the transition from communism in order to prevent corruption from taking hold.
    Rotten States Corruption Post Communism and Neoliberalism Official corruption has become increasingly prevalent around the world since the early s The situation appears to be particularly acute in the post communist states Corruption be it real or percei

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