Does Hypocrisy Matter? National Reputational Damage and British Anti-Corruption Mentoring in the Balkans

@article{Xenakis2017DoesHM,
  title={Does Hypocrisy Matter? National Reputational Damage and British Anti-Corruption Mentoring in the Balkans},
  author={S. Xenakis and Kalin Ivanov},
  journal={Critical Criminology},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={433-452}
}
In the late 2000s, numerous prominent public commentators raised concerns that corruption scandals were harming Britain’s ability to play a leadership role in anti-corruption initiatives abroad. With a view to contributing to critical criminological scholarship on international policy transfer and double standards in criminal justice policy and practice, this article explores the extent to which reputational damage curtailed Britain’s appeal as an anti-corruption mentor in South-East Europe… Expand
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