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19300. Comparative Political Economy Analysis of Anti-Corruption Efforts in Singapore and East Central Europe. This paper provides a comparative political economy analysis of corruption and anti-corruption efforts in Singapore and Eastern/Central Europe with a close focus on Bulgaria and Romania. The analysis focuses on the interaction of political and economic processes in the comparative societies, as well on the institutional basis of corruption and anti-corruption campaigns, with consideration of the embeddedness of institutional corruption and the influence of non-economic institutions on the persistence of corruption and the failure or success of anti-corruption campaigns in the comparative countries. It is noted that Singapore’s successful model of anti-corruption highlights the need for a strong, sustained high-level political will for controlling corruption and a comprehensive anti-corruption campaign that minimizes the incentives for corruption. The difficulty of generalizing the Singapore models to other political systems is noted. Harvard Style. 14 pages, 59 footnotes, 30 bibliographic sources. 3,790 words.

TAGS: comparative political economy, anti-corruption, corruption, Singapore, Bulgaria, Romania, Eastern Europe, institutions, politics, political systems, comparative analysis.

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