A cura di: Enrico Carloni, Diletta Paoletti
Anti-Corruption Models and Experiences
The Case of the Western Balkans
The challenge of fighting corruption is strategic at a global and European level, and the inadequacy of the repressive and penal response alone has now been evidenced: corruption must not only be fought, but understood, and preventive administrative measures must be taken. This volume is the result of a project that conducted comparative law studies and high-profile research activities in the field of administrative prevention of corruption, with specific focus on Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia.