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Beyond the EuromaidanComparative Perspectives on Advancing Reform in Ukraine$
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Henry E. Hale and Robert W. Orttung

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780804798457

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804798457.001.0001

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Corruption in Ukraine: Perpetuum Mobile or the Endplay of Post-Soviet Elites?

Corruption in Ukraine: Perpetuum Mobile or the Endplay of Post-Soviet Elites?

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(p.61) 4 Corruption in Ukraine: Perpetuum Mobile or the Endplay of Post-Soviet Elites?
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Beyond the Euromaidan
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Serhiy Kudelia

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804798457.003.0004

Serhiy Kudelia takes an institutional approach to understanding corruption in Ukraine, arguing that as Ukraine’s institutional model has changed, patterns of corruption have changed along with it. Despite Ukraine’s turbulent post-Soviet evolution, neither the fact of corruption nor the extent of it has changed dramatically. This continuity he attributes to permissive conditions, in terms of weak institutionalization, and to powerful incentives for actors to engage in venality. His analysis is troubling in that it shows that political competition, the goal of democratization, tends to spur corruption on the part of leaders. He offers some suggestions for reform, including through changing the campaign financing laws.

Keywords:   Ukraine, Corruption, Institutions, Competition, Democratization

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