Fighting Corruption in Public Services: Chronicling Georgia's Reforms (Directions in Development) by Inc World Book
English | Feb. 9, 2012 | ISBN: 0821394754 | 126 Pages | PDF | 3 MB
Since the Rose Revolution at the end of 2003, Georgia has had singular success in fighting corruption in a variety of public services. This book is an attempt to chronicle these efforts and to distil the ‘how to’ of these anti-corruption reforms. The reason corruption in public services had to be fought was clear. What had to be done was also obvious to many. But little has been written on ‘how’ the government made it happen. What were the salient features of Georgia's anti-corruption reforms? Can Georgia’s success with cleaning up its public services be replicated elsewhere or is it unique? And are the achievements to date in Georgia sustainable?