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Fighting corruption in public services: chronicling Georgia’s reforms

Fighting corruption in public services: chronicling Georgia’s reforms
by FRAME Administrator last modified Dec 21, 2016 12:10 PM
Contributors: Alam A, Southworth VR

Beginning in 2003, a new government transformed Georgia into an emerging middle-income, market-oriented economy within a few years; in this time, the police were universally brought in for training, resulting in a force widely regarded as more honest and representative of their communities; electricity was available 24 hours instead of 8 hours a day; and by 2010, only 2% of Georgians reported paying a bribe.

Author(s): Alam A, Southworth VR

Download File from Portal: Alam Southwerth 2012 Georgia corruption book World Bank.pdf — PDF document, 2,739 kB (2,804,955 bytes)

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