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Attitudes of Belgrade University employees on corruption

  • Gredelj S
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Abstract

Corruption is widely overspread phenomenon in all transition countries. In this sense Serbia is not exception, on the contrary, it was always highly ranked in all corruption indices of Transparency International. Among social areas which are considered as saturated with corruption highly ranked is the field of university education. In order to check justification of such perceptions, we have conducted a survey among Belgrade University employees. The findings confirmed that there exist corruption in high education on one side and that there is not too much readiness of employees to oppose it, if not to tear it out, than at least to diminish it.Korupcija je siroko rasirena pojava u svim zemljama tranzicije. Srbija u tom pogledu nije izuzetak, naprotiv, uvek je bila veoma visoko rangirana na svim indeksima korumpiranosti Transparency International. Medju drustvenim sferama koje se smatraju prozetim korupcijom dosta visoko mesto u percepciji korupcije uvek je zauzimala, nazalost, oblast visokog obrazovanja. Da bismo proverili opravdanost ovakvih percepcija, sprovedeno je istrazivanje medju zaposlenima na Univerzitetu u Beogradu. Nalazi su potvrdili da korupcije u visokom skolstvu ima, kao i da nema prevelike spremnosti da se ovoj pojavi stane na put, da se bar umanji, ako se vec ne moze iskoreniti.

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Gredelj, S. (2007). Attitudes of Belgrade University employees on corruption. Filozofija i Drustvo, 18(3), 237–269. https://doi.org/10.2298/fid0703237g

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