Addressing Corruption in Infrastructure Services in Georgia. Case Study.

Abstract

This paper represents a report on three case studies of the introduction of anticorruption mechanisms in the provision of infrastructure services in Georgia. All three case studies look at reforms introduced in 2004: the first two are initiatives of the Tblisi municipality (improved water billing, and the introduction of new funding arrangements for the repair of multi-storey residential buildings), while the third is a nationwide reform of mechanisms of property registration.

Citation

Partnering to Combat Corruption series, WEDC, Loughborough University, UK, ISBN 978-1-84380-107-8, 44 pp.

Addressing Corruption in Infrastructure Services in Georgia. Case Study.

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