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Non-State Actors in Anti-Corruption Policies: Cases of Serbia, Slovakia and Bulgaria

Student: Slobodan Cvetkovic

Supervisor: Sergey Parkhomenko

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This paper follows anti-corruption reforms,development and the role of civil society in those reforms. Slovakia is considered to be positive example, while on the other hand Bulgaria and Serbia are considered to be problematic societies. CSOs have opted mainly for inclusion as the form of influence in the region, but other forms of influence are also mentioned. Furthermore large portion of paper is dedicated to political culture and its influence on corruption in all three countries. However, wider political discourse and role of other actors in public policy decision-making process is depicted as well. Recommendations for further reforms in anti-corruption sphere are explain at the end as well as possible future challenges.

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