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August 19, 2017
Year III Number 26 - March 1, 2005
Corruption: concepts, types, causes and consequences
By Boris Begovic
This Document is part of a program of activities between the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) and the Center for Liberal-Democratic Studies (CLDS), with the support of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE).


  • Definition of Corruption
  • Basic Types of Corruption
  • Basic Causes of Corruption
  • Consequences of Corruption
  • Bibliography

Boris Begovic is Vice President of Center for Liberal- Democratic Studies (CLDS) and professor of economics at the School of Law, University of Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro. He received his education at the University in Belgrade, London School of Economic and JFK School of Government, Harvard University. He published numerous articles in international and domestic journals, two books: Economic Approach to Optimal City Size (1991) and Economic of Town Planning (1995) and he contributed to numerous edited volumes in including: Corruption in Serbia (2001) and Corruption in Judiciary (2004).

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