Academic Dishonesty or Corrupt Values: the Case of Russia

Type: · Author(s): Elena Denisova-Schmidt · Published:
Academic corruption in Russia is extensively spread; it is not an isolated phenomenon. Rather, academic corruption is tightly embedded into the general corruption in society: in politics, business, and in everyday life. This contribution illustrates some common types of cheating and corruption as well as the motives of the involved actors for applying, accepting, ignoring […] Read More

The bounded morality: integrity in Hungarian local governments

Type: · Author(s): Davide Torsello · Published:
This contribution deals with the analysis of ethnographic data on public administration cases in local governments in Hungary. The main focus is on the perception that public administrators have of integrity challenges, how far these influence their daily tasks, the most relevant changes introduced at the government and policy level, as well as the socio-cultural […] Read More

Corruption at the business-politics intersection in the city of Monza, Italy

Type: · Author(s): Maria Giulia Pezzi · Published:
In 2012 a new law in the matter of transparency and anti-corruption was approved in Italy. The law has set within new frames the understanding of corruption mechanisms, as well as the definition of core concepts of the anti-corruption discourse, such as ‘prevention’ and ‘transparency’. Moreover it has also re-defined the roles and tasks of […] Read More

Report on Turkey

Type: · Author(s): Prof. Dr. Muhittin Acar, Murat Yağci · Published:
As part of agreed-upon research issues and methodologies developed within WP4, a survey has been conducted with a small sample in Ankara in 2012. It was meant as a supplement to the main ethnographic fieldwork. The current report is prepared to inform the reader about the data obtained and observations made through the survey. The […] Read More

Report on Tanzania

Type: · Author(s): Dr. Claudia Baez Camargo, Richard Faustine · Published:
The report summarizes the results from the application in Tanzania of the ethnographic survey on institutional performance and social values that all ANTICORRP partners working in WP4 have agreed upon and will apply in their respective case study countries. Additionally, the information on the survey is supplemented with additional insights that were obtained through semi-structured […] Read More

Report on Russia

Type: · Author(s): Dr. Elena Denisova-Schmidt · Published:
The report summarizes the results of the survey conducted within WP4 ‘The Ethnographic Study of Corruption Practices’ (ANTICORRP) and provides some information on trust and experiences with local institutions, as well as serious problems in the community, the quality of services provided by institutions and access to these services, social norms and values in Russia. […] Read More

Report on Mexico

Type: · Author(s): Dr. Claudia Baez Camargo, Rodrigo Megchun Rivera, Jordan Corzo · Published:
The report summarizes the results from the application in the Mexican context of the ethnographic survey on institutional performance and social values that all ANTICORRP partners working in WP4 have agreed upon and will apply in their respective case study countries. Additionally, the information on the survey is supplemented with additional insights that were obtained […] Read More

Report on Italy

Type: · Author(s): Prof. Davide Torsello, Maria Giulia Pezzi · Published:
The following report is based on data collected during ethnographic fieldwork, as a part of the ANTICORRP project, Work Package 4 – The Ethnography of Corruption. In particular, it deals with the results of a survey conducted in Italy on a small sample, divided in two groups: inhabitants of the cities of Monza (Northern Italy) […] Read More

Report on Hungary

Type: · Author(s): Prof. Davide Torsello · Published:
The following report is based on data collected during ethnographic fieldwork, as a part of the ANTICORRP project, Work Package 4 – The Ethnography of Corruption. In particular, it deals with the results of a survey conducted in Hungary on a small sample of 103 inhabitants of the city of Budapest. The aim of the […] Read More

Report on Kosovo

Type: · Author(s): Florina Duli-Sefaj · Published:
This country report presents result of a survey about performance of local instiutions and social values” carried out in Bosnia and Herzegovina (hereinafter BiH). It is a part of a wider research about corruption practices in this countryes approached with an innovative ethnographic metodology and “bottom-up persepctive”. Results of the survey will be here treated […] Read More