Regional cooperation in Central and Southeastern Europe: the Romanian experience in fighting corruption
Regional cooperation is of outmost importance, both for the southeastern European countries that want to set themselves on the European mainstream, and for the EU. In the last few years, the fight against corruption has been high on the agenda of all the governments in the CEE countries. The regional initiatives have provided the opportunity to exchange not only best, but also “worst practices” in this field, contributing to the development of anticorruption programs and to the improvement of the situation in these countries. The paper seeks to present the Romanian experience in regional initiatives, particularly in the Stability pact Anticorruption – Initiative.
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- Franklin Steves & Alan Rousso, 2003. "Anti-corruption programmes in post-communist transition countries and changes in the business environment, 1999-2002," Working Papers 85, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Office of the Chief Economist.
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