Is power-sharing system in Lebanon directly responsible for the high levels of corruption? This book examines the correlations between anti-corruption strategies adopted in the past decade and its attainability given the consociational requirements. The study relies on reports of public cases where anti-corruption strategies are implemented amid consensual politics as to analyze the relationship between consociationalism and corruption in the public sector.
Ms. Samar Charara, the author of this book has completed her BA in Translation and her MA in International Affairs from Lebanese American University. She has adequate experience in translation, editing, content writing and research.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Power Sharing Systems, Corruption, Public Sector, Anti-corruption policies, Lebanon, consociational democracy
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Economic Conditions