Interaction between the State and Society in the Field of Combating Corruption
This course is a basic course of the program and is devoted to the essence and nature of corruption. The course will cover the concepts of everyday (small-scale), large-scale and political corruption, peculiarities of corruption in the public and private spheres, peculiarities of political and judicial corruption, etc. The course will also cover the peculiarities of corruption in captured state and the approaches to combating corruption in such states. The issues of causes and preconditions of corruption are also outlined. The major reasons for the high level of corruption in countries with transitional economies are revealed. Possible ways to combat corruption in developing countries are discussed in this course.