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Comparative Political Corruption
Code: 169472
ECTS: 7.0
Lecturers in charge: izv. prof. dr. sc. Dagmar Radin
Lecturers: Dagmar Radin - Seminar
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Lectures 30
Seminar 30
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Description:
What is Political Corruption? Why does it occur and persist? What are its causes and its consequences? Scientific research has been increasingly focusing on corruption in recent years. There is growing recognition that political corruption has a profound and multiple impact on well being. Political corruption has social, economic and political consequences, and more and more resources are directed at its suppression. However, there is very little positive effect of such measures in the long run.
In this course, we will deal with five broad issues in a comparative context that are most common in the corruption discourse: political corruption, causes of corruption, corruption patterns, consequences of corruption, and control of corruption
Literature:
  1. Nye, Joseph; Corruption and Political Development: A Cost-Benefit Analysis; American Political Science Review 61 (2) (1967)
  2. Rose-Ackerman, Susan.; Corruption: A Study in Political Economy; New York: Academic Press (1978)
1. semester
Usmjerenje JAVNE POLITIKE, MENADŽMENT I RAZVOJ dp 1. semestar - Mandatory studij - University graduate programme of Political Science
Usmjerenje KOMPARATIVNA POLITIKA dp 1. semestar - Mandatory studij - University graduate programme of Political Science
Izborni predmeti DPNS 1. semestar - Mandatory studij - University graduate programme of Political Science, course National Security
Izborni predmeti DPNS 1. semestar - Part-time studij - University graduate programme of Political Science, course National Security

3. semester
Izborni SDN 2-1 - Mandatory studij - University graduate programme of Journalism
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