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Georgia’s Revolution Against Corruption

February 20, 2012 by

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I prepared to read the World Bank’s report on Georgia’s anti-corruption reforms with some cynicism. As a long-time government employee in the U.S., I read many self-aggrandizing reports designed to make the administrations du jour look good. Hell, I wrote some of them myself! Yes, I knew that Georgia had transformed itself from a society […]

Fighting Corruption in Public Services

February 7, 2012 by

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The World Bank has just issued a very long report (they call it a book) detailing Georgia’s reforms since 2003. It’s definitely worth a read if you’re interested in some of the background of what was going on in Georgia leading up to the creation of TLG. Of course, the first thing that jumped out […]