Skip to main content
Article
Corruption, Public Integrity, and Globalization in South-Eastern European States: A Comparative Analysis
Faculty Publications
  • Andrew I. E. Ewoh, Kennesaw State University
  • Ani Matei, National School of Political Science and Public Administration, Bucharest
  • Lucica Matei, National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract

The last three decades have witnessed a proliferation of studies on the globalization of corruption or convergence of anticorruption strategies. These studies have been motivated by scholarly concerns from various administrative, economic, and political fields. In view of these interdisciplinary concerns, the purpose of this article is to provide a comparative analysis of corruption phenomena and the demand for public integrity because these developments pertain to the discourse on globalization issues in some South-Eastern European nations within the last decade. The article concludes that the differences observed in these countries are due to their level of maturation in the democratic processes, their stages in the European Union integration process, and the geopolitical condition of each nation, and offers a palatable public policy prescription for achieving a lasting impact in the region.

Citation Information
Ewoh, A. I. E., Matei, A., & Lucica, M. (2013). Corruption, public integrity, and globalization in south-eastern european states: A comparative analysis. Theoretical and Applied Economics, 18(1), 7-34.