Administrative Cohesion and Anti-Corruption Reforms in Georgia and Ukraine

@article{Nasuti2016AdministrativeCA,
  title={Administrative Cohesion and Anti-Corruption Reforms in Georgia and Ukraine},
  author={Peter T. Nasuti},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={68},
  pages={847 - 867}
}
Abstract Previous studies of former communist countries have linked decentralisation of power to a greater likelihood of reform. An analysis of the anti-corruption drives in Georgia and Ukraine after their respective ‘colour revolutions’, however, suggests that Georgia’s greater centralisation was integral to its success in enacting anti-corruption measures. In explaining why this contradictory result happened, this article argues that a centralised government can be more effective at… Expand
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