Korruption in Georgien - Entwicklung undkriminalpräventive Maßnahmen კორუფცია საქართველოში – განვითარება და სისხლისსამართლებრივ- პრევენციული ღონისძიებები


  • ჰელმუტ კური,გიორგი ღლონტი,ედიშერ ფუტკარა Helmut Kury,George Glonti,Edisher Putkaradze




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Bundeskriminalamt (Anm. 4), S. 209

Transparency International (TI)

CPI - Corruption Perceptions Index

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Fund for Peace - http://www.fundforpeace.org/global/

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ICVS - International Crime and Victimization Survey


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Killias (Anm. 11), S. 240.

Pachulia, Georgia, in: Alvazzi del Frate/Zvekic/van Dijk (Hrsg.), Understanding Crime. Experiences of Crime and Crime Control. Acts of the International conference, Rome, 18-20 November 1992, S. 531-536.

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Nieuwbeerta u.a. (Anm. 14), S. 172ff. Vgl. a. Zvekic, Criminal victimisation in countries in transition. Rome, 1998, UNICRI publication, No. 61.

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GORBI - “Georgian Opinion Research Business International “

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GORBI, Council of Europe, Ministry for Development Cooperation of the Netherlands, Perception of Corruption in Georgia. Survey of Public Officials.Tbilisi 2009.

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