Our senior researcher Věra Řiháčková contributed to a publication within the Destination: Transparency project.
Corruption is the most oft-cited obstacle in relations between the EU and two of its eastern partners, Moldova and Ukraine. Seeping through public and private exchanges alike, systemic corruption impedes sectoral reforms—a crucial element of modernisation. The handbook offers concrete case studies from the Visegrad countries’ anti-corruption policy tracks and proposes solutions on how Moldova and Ukraine can best capitalise on the EU’s expertise, financial assistance and political momentum in anti-corruption reforms to minimise risk and optimise success.
One of the outcomes within the framework of the Destination: Transparency project - case studies on the anti-corruption in the V4 countries.
In this publication contributed our senior researcher Věra Řiháčková (chapter about Czech Republic with Helena Joachimsthalerová).
You can access the publication via the PDF button next to the article.
The project “Destination: Transparency—New EU Member States’ Best Practices for Moldova and Ukraine” is led by the Polish Institute of International Affairs, and supported by the International Visegrad Fund.
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