OECD, 2005 - Business & Economics - 299 pages
What progress have transition economies made in fighting corruption? This book presents the outcomes of a review of legal and institutional frameworks for fighting corruption in Georgia, which was carried out in the framework of the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies based at the OECD. The review examined national anti-corruption policy and institutions currently in place in Georgia, national anti-corruption legislation, and preventive measures to ensure the integrity of civil service and effective financial control.
The review process was based on the OECD practice of mutual analysis and policy formulation. A self-assessment report was prepared by the government of Georgia. An international group of peers carried out expert assessment and elaborated draft recommendations. A review meeting of national governments, international organisations, civil society and business associations discussed the report and its expert assessment, and endorsed the recommendations.
This publication contains the recommendations as well as the full text of the self-assessment report provided by the government of Georgia. It will provide an important guide for the country in developing its national anti-corruption actions and will become a useful reference material for other countries reforming their anti-corruption policy, legislation and institutions.
For more information, please refer to the web site of the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies www.anticorruptionnet.org as well as the web site of the OECD Anti-Corruption Division www.oecd.org/corruption.
Other editions in this series cover assessments of anti-corruption efforts in Armenia, Azerbaijan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Ukraine.
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