Higher Education Reforms in the Fight Against Corruption in Georgia

  title={Higher Education Reforms in the Fight Against Corruption in Georgia},
  author={Jean-Christophe Peuch and Ketevan Rostiashvili and Tengiz Dalalishvili and Louise Shelley and Erik Scott and Anthony Latta},
  • Jean-Christophe Peuch, Ketevan Rostiashvili, +3 authors Anthony Latta
  • Published 2010
This article discusses the nature of corruption in higher education, the extent of higher education corruption in Georgia and the policy reforms aimed at lowering its incidence. The article addresses the issue of corruption in relation to access, equity and quality of education. The article offers one possible explanation for the high intensity of anti-corruption measures regarding higher education in Georgia: the aspiration of the country to join NATO. This endeavor has put pressure on the… CONTINUE READING

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