Corruption and Anti-Corruption Policies in Eurasia

Project leader

Johan Engvall, PhD

Project period

March 2012 - March 2014

Project description

Project assessing anti-corruption policies under conditions of systemic corruption in Eurasia with special reference to the cases of Georgia after the Rose Revolution and the efforts to fight corruption in Kyrgyzstan after constitutional reforms in 2012. One part of the project is conducted in cooperation with the Institute of Developing Economies in Tokyo, Japan. Another part is supported by the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute – Silk Road Studies, Washington, DC and Stockholm.  

Keywords: anti-corruption, Eurasia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, institutional reforms.

Related publications

Against the Grain: How Georgia Fought Corruption and What It Means, Washington, D.C.: Silk Road Paper, September 2012.

“The Political Sources of Kyrgyzstan’s Recent Unrest” Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, June 26, 2013.

“Has the Fight against Corruption Started?” Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, September 5, 2012.