MARC Bibliographic Record

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100 1_ $aZaloznaya, Marina,$eauthor.
245 14 $aThe politics of bureaucratic corruption in post-transitional Eastern Europe /$cMarina Zaloznaya, University of Iowa.
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264 _1 $aCambridge, United Kingdom ;$aNew York, NY :$bCambridge University Press,$c2017.
300    $axi, 214 pages ;$c24 cm.
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490 1_ $aCambridge studies in law and society
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0_ $aIntroduction -- Beyond transition: political turnover and bureaucratic corruption in hybrid regimes -- The secret life of universities in post-Soviet Ukraine -- Fear and transparency in the universities of post-Soviet Belarus -- High political turnover and cross-organizational variation in corruption in post-Soviet Ukraine -- Low political turnover and cross-sectoral variation in corruption in post-Soviet Belarus -- Conclusion.
520 8_ $aUsing a mix of ethnographic, survey, and comparative historical methodologies, this book offers an unprecedented insight into the corruption economies of Ukrainian and Belarusian universities, hospitals, and secondary schools. Its detailed analysis suggests that political turnover in hybrid political regimes has a strong impact on petty economic crime in service-provision bureaucracies. Theoretically, the book rejects the dominant paradigm that attributes corruption to the allegedly ongoing political transition. Instead, it develops a more nuanced approach that appreciates the complexity of corruption economies in non-Western societies, embraces the local meanings and functions of corruption, and recognizes the stability of new post-transitional regimes in Eastern Europe and beyond. This book offers a critical look at the social costs of transparency, develops a blueprint for a 'sociology of corruption', and offers concrete and feasible policy recommendations. It will appeal to scholars across the social sciences, policymakers and a variety of anti-corruption and social justice activists.
650 _0 $aPolitical corruption$zEurope, Eastern.
650 _0 $aBureaucracy$xCorrupt practices$zEurope, Eastern.
650 _0 $aPost-communism$zEurope, Eastern.
830 _0 $aCambridge studies in law and society.
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