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Title

Corruption and its role in destabilization of democratic institutions and moral principles of modern Rusian society

Authors

Konovalov Valery Ph. D., Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Administrative and Financial Law of the Orenburg Institute, branch of Kutafin MGYUU (MSLA); 50, Komsomolskaya Street, Orenburg, Russia, 460000, E-mail: post@oimlsa.edu.ru

Section

Criminal Legal Doctrine

Issue

5/2013

Page

118-124

index UDC

343.9 + 343.3

index LBC

Х401.02 + Х518.1 + Х408.142

Abstract

Corruption in modern Russia is not an abstract criminal offense but a deeprooted and totally deterministic system of relations between the society, government and field of business determined not only and not so much by the moral decay of government and business representatives as by the imperfection of the existing support systems of functioning of all state mechanisms . Since corruption has a number of negative external effects (externalities) which are negatively implied in various spheres of national life the article considers and highlights some of the most important consequences of corruption.

Keywords

corruption, society, business, public authorities , public campaigns, laws, regulations, law, economics, public sector.

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