Rotten States?: Corruption, Post-Communism, and Neoliberalism

@inproceedings{Holmes2006RottenSC,
  title={Rotten States?: Corruption, Post-Communism, and Neoliberalism},
  author={Leslie Holmes},
  year={2006}
}
  • Leslie Holmes
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • 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-communist countries, paying particular attention to Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Russia, and China, which Holmes argues has… CONTINUE READING

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