Crime and Culture Crime as a Cultural Problem. The Relevance of Perceptions of Corruption to Crime Prevention. A Comparative Cultural Study in the EU-Accession States Bulgaria and Romania, the EU-Candidate States Turkey and Croatia and the EU-States Germany, Greece and United Kingdom.
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Single hard copies of the Discussion Papers or the complete series can be ordered by sending an email to: angelos.giannakopoulos[at]uni-konstanz.de

 

Discussion Paper No 1
Dirk Tšnzler, Konstadinos Maras, Angelos Giannakopoulos:
Breaking New Ground in Corruption Research June 2007

Discussion Paper No 2
Dirk Tšnzler:
Cultures of Corruption - An Empirical Approach to the Understanding of Crime

Discussion Paper No 4
Iuliana Precupetu:
Corruption in Romania First Steps Towards a Grounded Theory of Corruption

Discussion Paper No 5
Alexander Stulhofer, Kresimir Kufrin, Ognjen Caldarovic, Tomislav Marsic, Margareta Gregurovic, Iva Odak and Martina Detelic:
Chronic, Incurable or What? Perceptions of Corruption in Croatia

Discussion Paper No 6
Effi Lambropoulou, Stella Ageli, Nikos Papamanolis, Eleftheria Bakali:
The construction of corruption in Greece - A normative or cultural issue?

Discussion Paper No 7
Daniel Smilov, Rashko Dorosiev:
Perceptions of Corruption in Bulgaria - A Content Analysis of Documents from Politics, Judiciary, Police, Media, Civil Society and Economy

Discussion Paper No 8
Dirk Tšnzler:
Korruption als Metapher

Discussion Paper No 8
Dirk Tšnzler:
Corruption as a Metaphor (English Version)

Discussion Paper No 9
Zeynep Sarlak, Besim Bulent Bali:
Corruption in Turkey: Is the donor content when the recipient is content?

Discussion Paper No 10
Sappho Xenakis:
The Dog(s) that Didnít Bark: Exploring Perceptions of Corruption in the UK

Discussion Paper No 11
Alexander Stulhofer, Kresimir Kufrin, Ognjen Caldarovic, Margareta Gregurovic, Iva Odak, Martina Detelic, Bojan Glavasevic:
Corruption as a Cultural Phenomenon: Expert Perceptions in Croatia

Discussion Paper No 12
Effi Lambropoulou, Nikos Papamanolis, Stella Ageli, Eleftheria Bakali:
Views on Corruption in Greece: Between "Low Morals" and a "Culture of Compromise"

Discussion Paper No 13
Iuliana Precupetu:
On the Nature and Causes of Corruption in Romania Evidence From a Grounded Theory Approach

Discussion Paper No 14
Zeynep Sarlak, Besim Bulent Bali:
Corruption in Turkey: Why Cannot an Urgent Problem Be a Main Concern?

Discussion Paper No 15
Konstadinos Maras:
Knowledge Transfers, Rationality Fictions and Lobbyist Exercise of Influence on Public Administrations

Discussion Paper No 16
Daniel Smilov, Rashko Dorosiev:
Perceptions of Corruption in Bulgaria. A Content Analysis of Interviews with Politicians, Representatives of the Judiciary, Police, Media, Civil Society and Economy

Discussion Paper No 17
Politische Korruption in Deutschland und Japan: Parteienfinanzierung und "abweichendes Verhalten"

Discussion Paper No 18
Sappho Xenakis:
The View from Above: Interviews with Corruption Experts in the UK

Discussion Paper No 19
Sappho Xenakis:
Domestic Elite Perceptions of British Corruption

Discussion Paper No 20
Alexander Stulhofer, Kresimir Kufrin, Ognjen Caldarovic, Margareta Gregurovic, Iva Odak, Martina Detelic, Bojan Glavasevic:
Combating Corruption in Croatia: From Expert Perceptions to Policy-Oriented Action Strategies and Back

Discussion Paper No 21
Iuliana Precupetu, Ana Maria Preoteasa:
Patterns of Perceptions Towards the Anticorruption Fight in Romania

Discussion Paper No 22
Daniel Smilov, Rashko Dorosiev:
Anti-Corruption: Uses and Abuses. Findings from the Content Analysis of Interviews with Politicians, Representatives of Judiciary, Police, Media, Civil Society and Businessman in Bulgaria

Discussion Paper No 23
Effi Lambropoulou, Theodoros Iosifidis, Nikos Papapamanolis, Eleftheria Bakali, Stella Ageli, Erifyli Bakirli, Garyfalia Massouri:
Corruption in Greece or Corruption of Greece? The "Modern" Triumphalism

Discussion Paper No 24
Zeynep Sarlak, Besim Bulent Bali:
Politics in Turkey: Condemned to Corruption?

 

 

 


   
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