A Culture of Corruption? Coping with Government in Post-Communist Europe


A Culture of Corruption provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive account of how citizens cope with state officials in post-communist Europe, how they feel about their dealings with these officials and what support they give to proposals for reform. The authors go beyond analysing public perceptions and behavior and look at public attitudes towards proposals for reform. The book reveals how the problem of citizens' interactions with officials varies in kind as well as in degree across the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.


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