Anti-Corruption Models and Experiences
The Case of the Western Balkans
The challenge of fighting corruption is strategic at a global and European level, and the inadequacy of the repressive and penal response alone has now been evidenced: corruption must not only be fought, but understood, and preventive administrative measures must be taken. Anti-corruption is not an issue that concerns only the judiciary branch, the legal system, and police authorities, but it is, above all, a challenge for society and institutions as a whole. And it is a challenge to be transformed, in particular, into a change in administrations and institutions, in their way of organizing and operating. This volume the result of the Project “Administrative Prevention through Targeted Anti-corruption MODels for candidate countries” – APTAMOD, co-funded by the European Union’s HERCULE III programme, which has conducted comparative law studies and high-profile research activities in the field of administrative prevention of corruption, with specific focus on Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia.
Contributors: G. Barbieri, E. Carloni, S. Del Sarto, M. Falcone, M. Gnaldi, F. Mannella, R. Marchetti, M. Mazzoni, F. Merenda, R. Mincigrucci, M.G. Pacilli, D. Paoletti, G. Pettinari, A. Pioggia, B. Ponti, F. Raspadori, G. Sirianni, A. Stanziano.
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