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Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

Governance Reforms and Anti-Corruption Commission in Bangladesh

Introduction The era of globalization witnessed concerted anti-corruption efforts to promote political reforms by reducing the costs of corruption, which has become a major governance issue nowadays. This effort has been particularly directed at developing countries like Bangladesh undergoing economic restructuring and democratic change. In recent years particularly since 1990s, political...
Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

The Impact of the European Union on Governance Reforms in Post-Communist Europe: A Comparison between First and Second-Wave Candidates

The article aims to elucidate the variation in governance quality (administrative and judicial quality) among those post-communist countries which were granted EU membership in the late 1990s. It is argued that the differences in governance development between the more advanced first-wave EU candidates (Luxembourg group) and the less advanced second-wave...

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