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Innovation.bg 2007
The report Innovation.bg 2007 analyzes the state of the national innovation system and makes recommendations for enhancing the innovation performance of the Bulgarian economy. This year’s report makes a review of the European innovation policy and the opportunities it offers to Bulgaria. more »
 
A Painful Shift in Bulgarian Anti-Corruption Policies and Practice
The most important shift in Bulgaria’s anti-corruption policies in recent months is the move from “soft” (awareness-raising) campaigns to “hard” (prevention and sanctions oriented) measures with immediate anti-corruption effects. Taken together these recent developments create a tipping point for countering political corruption, a critical mass of action to guarantee that Bulgaria moves to a new equilibrium of lower political and administrative corruption. more »
 
CSD Brief No. 10: A Painful Shift in Bulgarian Anti-Corruption Policies and Practice
The most important shift in Bulgaria’s anti-corruption policies in recent months is the move from “soft” (awareness-raising) campaigns to “hard” (prevention and sanctions oriented) measures with immediate anti-corruption effects. more »
 
CSD Annual Report 2005
In 2005, Bulgaria signed its Treaty of Accession to the European Union. More than a decade of ever closer integration with the Union was finally made official. The process of accession has left its mark on a wide rage of issues – from constitutional reform to agriculture. Most importantly, meeting the requirements for membership has been the key guarantee for the sustainability of reforms in Bulgaria. more »
 
CSD Brief No. 9: The Introduction of a Specialized Anti- Corruption Service back on the Anti-Corruption Agenda
On the eve of Bulgaria’s EU accession significant results in prosecution and punishment of high level political corruption are still outstanding. In this context, the idea for creating an independent specialized anti-corruption service again became a topic in the anti-corruption agenda. more »
 
Fighting VAT Fraud: The Bulgarian Experience
This paper draws on the experience of Bulgaria in identifying the types and modus operandi of VAT frauds with a focus on the abuse of tax credit. It analyses the elements of tax design permissive of such abuses and discusses the possible solutions in the light of the international and domestic experience and the capacity of the tax administration. more »
 
CSD Brief No 8: The Competitiveness of the Bulgarian Economy 2006
Bulgaria’s position in the world oldest and most comprehensive annual report on the competitiveness the World Competitiveness Yearbook 2006 of IMD (International Institute for Management Development) was presented several days before the European Commission report on Bulgaria’s readiness for accession. more »
 
Crime Trends in Bulgaria 2000 - 2005
The latest report of the Center for the Study of Democracy Crime Trends in Bulgaria 2000 – 2005 for a second consecutive year presents information about Bulgaria’s crime rate from an alternative source - victimization surveys - and attempts to make a systematic comparison of the crime level according to victim-reported crime and police crime data. more »
 
‘The rifle has the devil inside’, Gun Culture in South Eastern Europe
This report examines how cultural beliefs and practices influence gun ownership and use in SEE, and how these might affect SALW control interventions. It was initially researched by the Center for the Study of Democracy, Bulgaria during Autumn 2005 and Spring 2006. more »
 
Healthcare Reforms in Bulgaria: Towards Diagnosis and Prescription
The paper studies the policy response to the market failures and challenges of healthcare in transition. Bulgaria chose a halfway shift from healthcare services provided entirely by the state to a system with private providers of outpatient services and public providers of inpatient services, both sectors financed mainly by state-run compulsory payroll insurance system. more »
 

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