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Local corruption in the Czech Republic : Does size matter?

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BALÍK Stanislav

Year of publication 2019
Type Chapter of a book
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Faculty of Social Studies

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Description This chapter argues clearly A. that what is considered corrupt in the larger, anonymous communities of the city may not be considered corrupt where wider interests are involved and the small, intimate community, has greater control over decision making and B. that this is both a result and a signpost to the kind of transition that the Czech Republic has undergone (and is still in the midst of). The chapter takes the Czech Republic as an interesting case, given the position of the country in Europe and the shifts it had experienced in the last thirty years.
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