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Title: Corruption and other threats to good governance ????????? ? ??????? ???: ??????? ? ???????????????


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Corruption and other threatsto good
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Natalya Menshenina UrFUShaun McGirr UM
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Goals of the course
  1. Understand what makes governance good
  2. Identify threats to good governance
  3. Learn how to read and judge research on the
    causes and countering of these threats

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This course is not
  1. Technologies of anti-corruption
  2. Corruption law or law reform
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  4. How Russia should change

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Course modules (????)
  1. What is good governance?
  2. Threats to good governance
  3. What causes corruption?
  4. How is corruption managed and minimized?

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Module 1
  • What is good governance?
  • Vocabulary and basic definitions
  • Historical development of good governance
  • Discussion of Russian and other cases

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Module 2
  • Threats to good governance
  • Corruption vs its neighboring phenomena (vote
    buying, lobbying, patronage, etc)
  • Forms of corruption
  • Consequences of corruption

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Module 3
  • What causes corruption?
  • Economic, social, cultural roots of corruption
  • Individual-, group- and national-level
    explanations of corruption
  • Methods for testing these explanations (read
    articles demonstrating these methods)

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Module 4
  • How is corruption managed and minimized?
  • Legal, social, economic, political frameworks
  • Types of interventions against corruption
    informational, auditing, monitoring, etc
  • Methods for testing these interventions (read
    articles demonstrating these methods)

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Format and assessment
  • 12 hours lectures covering key concepts
  • 24 hours interactive seminars, discussing
    research articles to support concepts
  • Presentations (Module 1)
  • Case-studies (Module 2)
  • In-class tests of key concepts (???. ???.)
  • Short papers discussing research articles
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  • Examination (???????)
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